The “MA” project is first and foremost a family affair. The land, bought by those close to the architect in the early 2000s, was once a typical Vaucluse farmhouse blending into the landscape. Taken over by the Extra Medium teams 4 years ago, the house is thus transformed into a haven of peace where landscape, charm and design coexist in harmony.
“Leaning against the hill”, the house signed LumiPod from the Lyon company LUMICENE is not blue like the one sung by Maxime Le Forestier but… round. Covering an area of 18 square meters, this atypical habitat offers a 180-degree view of the surrounding landscape. A concept whose first application has just emerged in the south of the French Alps.
While it previously occupied the Palais de Rumine, the MCBA - Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne (Switzerland) now benefits from its own building, a monolith with brutalist overtones signed Barozzi-Veiga. Located in the city center, the complex aims to give birth to a new arts district: Platform 10, which will eventually bring together the MCBA, the Museum of Design and Applied Arts (MUDAC) and the Élysée Museum , an establishment dedicated to photography. An entire program !
Dario Pompei, Valerio Galeone and Saverio Massaro, the architects of deltastudio, have rehabilitated an old agricultural warehouse in the municipality of Caprarola in Italy, transforming it into a minimalist villa, where elegance and simplicity rhyme with sweetness of life.
In this period of confinement, a little color doesn't hurt! This is why, this Friday, the editorial staff is examining the career of Mexican architect Luis Barragán. Awarded the Pritzker Prize in 1980, the designer stands out from his colleagues by a vibrant and electric style, paying homage to the architecture of his native country as well as to modernist movements.
In close collaboration with the Studio Adrien Gardère, the architects of Bien Urbain - architecture workshop, Guillaume Cantardjian, Nicolas Cèbe and Jérôme Stablon, rethink with a contemporary look the Fashion Galleries of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris (1st arrondissement) . A subtle intervention that highlights the architectural writing of the historic building while inviting the creativity of the scenographers.
The architect Christophe Roussel delivers a set of 134 dwellings completed by five commercial premises in Colombes (92). A curvaceous program, as its name suggests, since it can be identified by its multitude of tortuous balconies. Back on a strong architectural gesture.