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Old Posted Apr 12, 2007, 8:55 PM
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however there is tower in debate for development of this area in Bagnolet and tower Galliéni 2 will be renovate .
video and photos for new philharmonic auditorium in Paris 19 urban district. It will be delivered in 2012.
architecte :Jean Nouvel
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http://www.lemoniteur-expert.com/video/video.asp?id=37
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http://www.batiactu.com/data/1204200...07-194850.html
http://www.lemoniteur-expert.com/dep...3F66FF&acces=0
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Porte de Bagnolet : a vision :

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hooray a topic about Paris , you just made my day , merci beaucoup

@ Brisavoine : the images in your post (#12) are not visible for me

@ Sinha : pourriez vous laissez un peu d'espace entre vos photos s.v.p. , je vous remercie

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"school of architecture " by tomtom on PSS
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Renovation and construction of a vast complex at Montreuil (Eastern inner suburbs of Paris) near the subway station Mairie de Montreuil..









The national dramatic center in construction.

















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Levallois twin towers are approved and the construction will soon start.
Mozart tower in Issy is also approved and the old tower that it will remplaced is under in demolish.
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Mozart tower for Issy south suburbs


with project for généralli office


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Nice thread Sinha, some very good projects for Paris.
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thank you Rambaldi
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un bout de T1

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La Vache Noir

Vache Noir Porte d'Arcueil La Vache noir is a big intersection in the municipality of Arcueil. (Southern inner suburbs of Paris)
It is near the RER station Laplace
In 201? the metro line 4 will deserve a district in Montrouge near this area.


This Development includes a comercial center, office and residencial buildings
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Office building completed (Those are ugly own: )


The comercial center






View from Montrouge

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It is better like this

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Originally Posted by New York Times

Paris Gives Itself a Futuristic Transplant


By SAM LUBELL
Published: May 6, 2007
PARIS

TAKE a walk along the Seine in southeast Paris, about a mile east of Notre Dame Cathedral, and you’ll see a dense collection of boxy glass-and-steel office buildings, futuristic apartments, cleverly converted industrial structures, concrete mixers, forklifts and cranes. It’s what some consider a linchpin of Paris’s future: a huge development area on former industrial land and railway yards that could give a much-needed jolt to the city’s aging urban core.

Several prominent architects from France and other countries have had a hand in the project, whose building styles range from buttoned-up corporate to cutting-edge contemporary. Supporters laud the development, known as Paris Rive Gauche, as a futuristic alternative that could help revive the city’s economy and its struggling universities while creating much-needed housing.

But some in this always-opinionated city denounce it as a stale corporate wasteland. Not only does it lack neighborhood character, they say, but it is also gobbling up precious land that might be better devoted to parks, small shops and cultural spaces.

Either way it represents one of the last major zones for new development in a city whose boundaries, basically unchanged since the 19th century, have been filled to the limit.

The 321-acre project, in the making since 1990, brims with almost 100 office buildings, university facilities and apartment structures, about half completed. With its glassy new buildings and frenetic air of constant construction, the area seems more akin to Shanghai or some other city of cranes than the City of Light.

Most notably the goal is architectural variety. Unlike much of Paris, where buildings generally emulate one another on a given street, the area offers a broad mix of building styles. Although the various zones within the project must abide by height and massing regulations, there are relatively few design imperatives, and the master planning has been divvied among eight architects to ensure even greater diversity.

These include French architects like the Pritzker Prize winner Christian de Portzamparc, who planned the zone’s Masséna quarter; Paul Andreu, who mapped development on the Avenue de France, one of the site’s main commercial axes; and Bruno Fortier, who designed the Rue du Chevaleret, another major artery...

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/06/ar...lw&oref=slogin

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But some in this always-opinionated city denounce it as a stale corporate wasteland. Not only does it lack neighborhood character, they say, but it is also gobbling up precious land that might be better devoted to parks, small shops and cultural spaces.
That's unfair. With the library, there's no shortage of cultural spaces.
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Southwestern of Paris

Boulogne Billancourt (Southwestern inner suburbs of Paris)


Actually this is a industrial waste land district on the bank of the Seine in Boulogne, one of wealthiest municipality of Paris metro.
A 90m high rise is planned in this redevelopment.
It will be aslo the continuation of Val de Seine business and media district.



Actually
First constructions




Val de Seine Issy les Moulineaux (Southwestern inner suburbs of Paris)
Val de Seine business district is where are located the majority of French Media TF1, France 2, France 3, France 4, Canalplus, France 5, Eurosport, Arte, France 24... This business district is located in the 15th district of Paris, Issy les Moulineaux and Boulogne Billancourt
It served by the subway lines 9, 10 and 12, the RER C and the light rails lines 2 and 3


Microsoft European, Africa and Middle East Hq (EOS Generalli complex)




General view of the southwest of Paris


1 : Construction of EOS Generalli (office buildings) in Issy les Moulineaux[(Southwestern inner suburbs of Paris)
2 : Deconstruction of EDF tower (80m) for built the Mozart tower in Issy les Moulineaux
3 : Asbestos removal and renovation of an high-rise in Porte de Versailles (15th arrondissement of Paris)
4 : Asbestos removal and renovation of an high-rise near Montparnasse (15th arrondissement of Paris)

Mozart tower 97m Bouygues hq
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Levallois Perret (Northwestern inner suburbs of Paris)


A Tower with undergoing massive renovation/refurbishing. It's called tour Courcellor 2, it is located in Levallois-Perret, just by the border with the City of Paris. .

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After





Levallois twin towers 165m



The district around



View of la Defense from this district
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