In this interview, the Cellular biologist François Képès calls for us to move beyond Manichean discourses in the debate around the manipulation of the living by making the question of use our main priority.
"The gardens of the Champs-Élysées represent a space of experimentation and freedom that cannot be ignored. »
In this article, Chiara Santini, Professor in History of gardens and landscaping, Chiara Santini invites us to consider the history of this unique palimpsest as « living »: a heritage to be protected with its quality as a dynamic, living space, opening it to the 21st century.
Photo credits: Les jardins des Champs-Élysées, Agence Rol, 1926-1927 © BnF
We are extremely honoured and proud that the research we have been conducting for the past two and a half years at the initiative of the Comité Champs-Élysées is becoming a reality. The Champs-Élysees district deserves to shine once again as a demonstrator of a new approach to the city that is focused on nature and well-being, a more sustainable, inclusive and desirable city.
Extract from the interview of Anne Hidalgo, to be found in the Journal du Dimanche in the edition of January 10 , 2021.
Our 175 Haussmann project, headquarters of Lazard, has been named one of the best 2020 projects by Archello!
"The Champs-Élysées represent an extension of the urban opening onto the rural, a hybrid, aesthetic and practical space: the inauguration of modernity in what was still fundamentally a medieval city. »
Interview with Allen S. Weiss, author, artist, researcher and Distinguished Teacher in the Departments of Performance Studies and Cinema Studies at New York University.
The exhibition catalogue « Champs-Élysées : Histoire & Perspectives», co-edited by PCA-STREAM and the Pavillon de l'Arsenal, won the gold for the category Graphic Design at the 51st ceremony of the Club des Directeurs Artistiques. Art direction and graphic design produced by ABM Studio.
"The EM Lyon site should be the first of its kind to see a major business school and a co-learning platform dedicated to imployability and the professions of the future coexisting side by side. »
Special thanks to Sandra Roumi for this article on the educational real estate revolution, to be found in the latest issue of In Interiors magazine.
By moving beyond the dialectic of opening that Heidegger developed in Building, Dwelling, Thinking, philosopher Roland Schaer reintroduces the importance of the living into the very idea of inhabiting. Taking inspiration from the biological concept of “homeostasis,” he emphasizes the importance of the constitution of this “interior environment,” self-produced and self-regulated by the organism.
Bringing together nearly 200 contributions from architects, students, engineers, landscape designers, developers, real estate professionals, town planners, users ... the publication "Et demain? "forms a corpus of reflections testifying to contemporary urban questions.
Our « Re-enchanting the Champs-Élysées » study, initiated by the Comité Champs-Élysées, was honoured at the German Design Awards 2021 in the category « Excellent Architecture — Urban Space and Infrastructure » with the Special Mention!
Laborde wins an Architecture Masterprize Awards in the « Architectural Design — Restoration & Renovation » category!
How can we create a dialogue between architecture and landscape? In this interview, the landscaper Catherine Mosbach details how her work of representing natural environments abolishes the distance between the public and the object observed.
Our Laborde project, headquarters of Gide Loyrette Nouel, wins an award in Architecture, Construction & Design Awards 2020 Office category organized by Rethinking the Future!
« Tradition and modernity go hand in hand in the brand new headquarters of the Lazard bank. »
Special thanks to Bruno Monier-Vinard for this article in the weekly Le Point about 175 Haussmann.
For the Moniteur's Innovation Day, Philippe Chiambaretta joins the actors of the construction industry for an immersion in the heart of the innovations that are making the ecological transition and the economic recovery of the sector.
FRAME magazine dedicates an article to the restructuring of 175 Haussmann, a new office complex that has become the headquarters of the investment bank Lazard.
In this interview, the artist Ariane Michel questions man's relationship with other beings, and invites us to change our perceptions and walk the world by being other.
"At night, the upper deck of the building is transformed into a luminous jewel, marking its hold on this historic investment banking district."
Special thanks to the editorial team of d'architectures for this article on 175 Haussmann.
On Wednesday, October 14th, Étionne Riot, Director of Research and Innovation at PCA-STREAM, will talk about « Low Tech VS High Tech » theme for the conference « Technologie ou frugalité, quelle est l'avenir de l'architecture ? », moderated by the journalist David Abittan of tema.archi with the guests Emmanuelle Patte and Bernard Paule.
"The concept of wetware encompasses the biological understanding of theoretical systems of life and blurs the boundaries between organisms and machines. »
Jens Hauser, art critic, curator and professor, returns to the concept of wetware.
In a round table moderated by the writer Aurélien Bellanger, Étienne Riot, Director of Research and Innovation at PCA-STREAM, will question the many faces of the sustainable city alongside Cécile Baranger, Aristotle Truffaut and Elisabeth Laville.
On Thursday, October 1st, Marc Zanzucchi, Project Director, intervenes at the Façades2Build meetings and presents The Link, the tower that redefines the skyline of La Défense.
In its latest issue, THE PLAN magazine dedicates an article to Laborde, Gide Loyrette Nouel's new-generation headquarters in a former military barracks.
In its latest issue, In Interiors magazine dedicates an article to the restructuring of 175 Haussmann, the new headquarters of the Lazard Bank.
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