avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris
 
avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris
mar 07, 2010

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris

social housing, paris by avignon-clouet architectes

french firm avignon clouet architectes have designed a housing block along rue rebière, paris. named ‘tarantula’ it consists of 23 apartments over 8 levels. spread along the building’s facade are concrete blocks planted with grass.

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris elevation view

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris floor plan

avignon clouet architectes: social housing, paris floor plan

location: paris (75) owner: OPAC paris surface: 2167m2 sate: 2009 – 2010 collaborations: B.E.T. summary and economics: SIBAT national institute of horticulture and landscape images credit: avignon – cloutet architects

  • I’m just wondering how many kids will climb this and fall before they realize what a fugly stupid idea this is.

    Kungfu M0nk3y
  • If one is to go the “growth on the sides of buildings”, then perhaps it might pay to put vegetation that will produce useful produce for consumers. Guess it all depends on the “grass” they plant d;-)

    Jetwax
  • Huge misallocation of housing, although the facade and beautiful ecological

    [email protected]@o
  • agree with scetchy

    totoro
  • Some people you shouldn ‘t give a computer.
    This building looks so awfull.

    scetchy

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