Wednesday, March 18

Le Grand Pari pour un Grand Paris




Winy Maas, MVRDV team:
Image: MVRDV Grand Paris

Capa-City
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Roland Castro, Ateliers Castro/Denissof/Casi team:
Image: Atelier Castro Denissof Casi

The right to urbanity part I, part II












Finn Geipel, LIN team:

Image: Linn Finn Geipel-Giulia/Andi

Ville légère, Ville distendue

















Bernardo Secchi and Poal Vigano, Studio 09 team:
Image: Studio09 Bernardo Secchi Paola Viganò

Ville Poreuse, more infos












Jean Nouvel, representative of the Ateliers Jean Nouvel/Michel Cantal-Dupart /Jean-Marie Duthilleul team:
Image: Ateliers Jean Nouvel

Paris, les renaissances













Antoine Grumbach, Agence Grumbach and associates team:
Image: Antoine Grumbach

Paris, Rouen, Le Havre: Seine Métropole







Christian de Portzamparc, Atelier Christian de Portzamparc team:
Image: Atelier Christian de Portzamparc

Rhizome City, more infos







Djamel Klouche, AUC team:
Image: L’AUC

La métropole héritée












Yves Lion, Groupe Descartes team:
Image: A. Grondeau

20 cities, more infos












Sir Richard Rogers, Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners/London School of Economics /Arup team:
Image: Roger Stirk Harbour Partners

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Les Armatures Métropolitaines




Where: Paris, France - Cite de l’Architecture
When: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 - Sunday, November 22, 2009

An exhibition presenting ten scenarios for the Paris metropolis
For the first time, Musée de la Cité welcomes the ten visions of the future of greater Paris to its collection of casts of French monuments. The exhibition design by 2004 NAJA (Nouveaux albums de la Jeune architecture) award winner Jean-Christophe Quinton presents ten contemporary installations in a historical itinerary, giving each team the freedom to make the most of their space to present their proposal. This approach gives rise to ten different ways of presenting ten research and development strategies.

“Le Grand Pari de l’agglomération parisienne”
Exhibition held from April 29 to November 22, 2009 at La Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine - palais de Chaillot
1 place du Trocadéro – 75116 Paris
Open every day 11am to 7pm. Late-night opening Thursday until 9pm.
Closed Tuesday - entry fee.

Exhibition presented with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication/Department of Architecture and Heritage, and the City of Paris.

via Le Grand Pari, Bustler,Cite de l’Architecture



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