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Old Posted Feb 13, 2008, 11:23 AM
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Yes it is, the pics posted bofore only show a little part of this district.

It is the whole industrial area in this picture.

it is not the biggest redevelopment area in Paris.


A 90m tower designed by Jean Nouvel will be build in this area.
C1 tower





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Old Posted Feb 13, 2008, 7:29 PM
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Another "garden tower".
Hopefully, this one will actually have greenery on it.
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Old Posted Feb 14, 2008, 11:20 PM
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Old Posted Mar 6, 2008, 11:08 PM
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Update Franklin tower in Montreuil(94m)













Renovation for Gallieni 1(78m) in Bagnolet in eastern suburb near Montreuil and Mercuriales.




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Old Posted Mar 7, 2008, 12:52 AM
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Great a recladd for this tower.
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Old Posted Mar 9, 2008, 12:51 PM
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Twin Towers 165m
Architect : Glaiman & Epstein?

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inner Paris and inner suburbs map




http://thed.fr/references/levallois/levallois.php
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Old Posted Mar 9, 2008, 6:41 PM
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We have big chance to have the three, especially these three towers.

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Recladding of Gallieni 1 midrise (78m) in Porte de Bagnolet




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Old Posted Mar 9, 2008, 6:42 PM
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Twin Towers 165m
Architect : Glaiman & Epstein?

Levallois Perret
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Old Posted Mar 9, 2008, 6:44 PM
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Some new renderings of La Defense projects from this video

http://link.brightcove.com/services/...ctid1449613807















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Old Posted Mar 10, 2008, 2:08 PM
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Renovation for "Maison de la radio" in Paris (70m)


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Old Posted Mar 11, 2008, 1:26 PM
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First images: Design for Eiffel Tower visitor platform
11 March, 2008

By Thomas Lane

Sereno Architects doubles visitor capacity at top of Paris' tower as part of 120th anniversary celebrations

These are the first images of a platform to increase the amount of space for visitors at the top of the Eiffel Tower. It has been designed by French firm Sereno Architects as a competition entry being held by tower operator, Société Nouvelle d'exploitation de la Tour Eiffel.

The operator wants to build a platform as part of the Eiffel Tower's 120th anniversary celebrations to help get rid of the huge queues of visitors wanting to go up to the top of the tower.

Sereno Architects design uses a carbon fibre and Kevlar composite to double the amount of space at the top of the tower without adding too much weight.

The architect says the structure is temporary but as the Eiffel Tower was originally going to be taken down after a year the platform could end up becoming permanent.




http://www.building.co.uk/story.asp?...de=3108430&c=1
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Old Posted Mar 11, 2008, 8:07 PM
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First images: Design for Eiffel Tower visitor platform
11 March, 2008

By Thomas Lane

Sereno Architects doubles visitor capacity at top of Paris' tower as part of 120th anniversary celebrations

These are the first images of a platform to increase the amount of space for visitors at the top of the Eiffel Tower. It has been designed by French firm Sereno Architects as a competition entry being held by tower operator, Société Nouvelle d'exploitation de la Tour Eiffel.

The operator wants to build a platform as part of the Eiffel Tower's 120th anniversary celebrations to help get rid of the huge queues of visitors wanting to go up to the top of the tower.

Sereno Architects design uses a carbon fibre and Kevlar composite to double the amount of space at the top of the tower without adding too much weight.

The architect says the structure is temporary but as the Eiffel Tower was originally going to be taken down after a year the platform could end up becoming permanent.




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It was an hoax.

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New renders of La Defense



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Old Posted Mar 11, 2008, 8:09 PM
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Finalists of Signal project.

Jacques Ferrier


Norman Foster


Studio Libeskind Architect


Wilmotte



Jean Nouvel


The renders are quite bad it is better to see the videos in the official sites.
http://tour-signal-ladefense.com/
http://www.ladefense.fr/goodies_videos.php?id=46#centre
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Old Posted Mar 15, 2008, 7:08 PM
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PARIS: A SURE VALUE

Eastern Europe is emerging among the choices of property investors. The most recent Emerging Trends in Real Estate barometer for Europe 2008, published by PricewaterhouseCoopers and ULI, places Moscow and Istanbul in the two first positions as the most attractive cities for property investment. They came in ahead of Hamburg and Munich, which took 3rd and 4th place, and most of all Paris which is holding on to 5th . “Contrary to the 2007 ranking, that of 2008 is more strongly based on the investment recommendations than the level of risk associated. That explains why Paris, the least risky city, is fifth, since investors anticipate less growth in Paris than in Moscow and Istanbul, cities with higher risk levels,” explains Geoffroy Schmitt, head of property consulting for PricewaterhouseCoopers in France.
In the current context, the French capital is fairing fairly well in comparison to London in particular while is falling, dropping from 2nd to 15th place. “London is currently experiencing difficulties due to its high prices and dependence on the finance and financial service professions impacted by the financial crisis,” commented Geoffroy Schmitt.
The study emphasizes that Paris thus retains its position as leader in the ranking of least risky cities and maintains its essential quality as an overall access point for the European investment property market. So, the 500 investors interviewed recommend keeping office assets and retail and industrial premises, arguing that rent values, occupancy rates and the level of demand are on the rise. “Paris has a greater diversity of sectors, which mitigates the risks of prices dropping because of the subprime crisis such as London experienced in fourth quarter 2007,” continued Schmitt. “And France still has a favorable tax environment with the rise in power of property mutual funds,” added Bruno Lunghi, head of property tax consulting for Landwell, PWC's correspondant law firm in France. It is perhaps in part this calmer environment that explains Lyon's good standing in investors’ intentions. Lyon was ranked sixth, just after Paris. The study emphasized the stability of its market with a high level of recommendations both to buy and to conserve, between 80% to 90% for commercial property.

http://www.businessimmo.info/pages/l...=080312N208_en
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Old Posted Mar 16, 2008, 9:38 AM
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You do not rape this structure for commercial purposes, a disgusting idea !
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Old Posted Mar 16, 2008, 11:59 PM
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Hotel Renaissance.
C Portzamparc

Located on Wagram avenue, this new hotel is located right where the Empire Theater used to be. The facade is characterized by undulating horizontal glazed bands. This great glass plaiting accommodates the rooms’ bow windows to free sight towards the Étoile and the Ternes. The 2 lower levels accommodate the boutiques as well as a large porch, which opens onto a court garden and leads to the Salle Wagram

PROGRAM: Hotel, located right where the Empire Theater used to be and a short walk from the Champs-Élysées and the Place de l’Étoile, Restaurant and Boutiques.
SURFACE : 8 500 m2 SHON







http://www.e-architect.co.uk/paris/r...gram_hotel.htm

This place one year ago.
Picture by Lavrendios
http://www.paris-skyscrapers.fr/foru...100998#p100998


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Old Posted Mar 20, 2008, 6:45 PM
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Jussieux university

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[copyright]Serero[/copyright]
Due to ever increasing crowds, SERERO architects have submitted a proposal to extend the third floor of the world famous tower.

Since its creation the amount of visitors coming to reach the top of the tower has increased to reach its limit capacity, 6.5 million. The floor area of each level decreases with the height because of the tower geometry resulting in very long waiting lines and crowd management problems. In celebration of the 120th birthday of the tower, the Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel decided to restructure the public reception and access areas of the tower. The proposal of SERERO Architects aims to create a temporary horizontal extension of the third floor of the tower in order to increase the quality of the access of the public as well as experiencing the fantastic 360 degrees sight of Paris[...]
http://www.worldarchitecturenews.com...upload_id=2072
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