marin + trottin proposes innovative housing project for paris
marin + trottin proposes innovative housing project for paris
jan 31, 2016
marin + trottin proposes innovative housing project for paris


marin + trottin proposes innovative housing project for paris
(above) the building has twelve floors made of white clay bricks, perfectly adaptable to the whims of volumetrics
all images courtesy of périphériques architectes

 

 

 

réinventer paris is a competition looking for innovative urban projects, launched by the mayor of paris anne hidalgo and her deputy mayor in charge of town planning and architecture jean-louis missika. among the 23 sites made available, local-based studio marin + trottin from périphériques architectes picked one located in the XIII arrondissement to do their proposal called ‘paris par nous, paris pour nous’. their aim is to have citizens reunited with their own city and take part and shares in building it.

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98 housings for solidary renting and 38 housings to buy for the first time

 

 

 

the innovative building offers various typologies of housing that meet the expectations and needs of parisians. they include studios for the young and not-so-young, two-bedroom apartments, and family flats. its emblematic architecture portrays various parisian ways of living, illustrating a participative economic operation in which each one can become an owner without buying an entire property, just by investing according to their own financial resources. thus various apartment schemes will generate diverse lease rates, proposed by common-holders and crowdfunders.

 

video courtesy of périphériques architectes

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as the city is well connected there’s no need for parkings spots, but for bikes, skates, scooters, buggies, etc.

martin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom
the architectural image and the idea of social diversity blends

martin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom
investment properties, mansions, working class neighbourhoods housings, lofts, etc. together in one building

martin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom
these volumes are then articulated and shifted to find picturesque arrangements

martin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom
the composition of the generated volumetrics allows emblematic housing

martin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom
in the end, it expresses the great variety of the proposal

martin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom
basic family housing and independent individual units that can be joined or separated during the rental course

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tenants will be distributed on different floors with different types of rentsmartin trottin paris par nous paris pour nous designboom

the northern façade shows the diversified program in order to attract the largest number of inhabitants

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a perfectly fitted urban crowdbuilding

 

 

project info:

 

architects: emmanuelle marin + david trottin / peripheriques marin+trottin architectes

project manager: charlotte lefebvre

assistants: juliette bonnamy, fanny carotenuto, carol reed, céline pinto, amira abdelaziz, anne clerget, ivo nenov, layos daniel, justine ducharne (communication)

developer: demathieu-bard immobilier

consulting: redman

legal advice: ic avocats

crowdfunding startup: wiseed immobilier

expertise startup: label’ville

technical engineer: scoping

sustainability: etamine

façade engineering: vs-a

acoustics: alternative

quantity surveyor: mazet & associés

landscape: sabine haristoy

images: l’autre image

client: city of paris

floor area: 11 000 m²

parcel: m5a2, zac paris rive gauche, paris 13th

competition: january 2016

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: juliana neira | designboom

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