jean bocabeille architecte's monts et merveilles development in paris
 
jean bocabeille architecte's monts et merveilles development in paris jean bocabeille architecte's monts et merveilles development in paris
jun 07, 2016

jean bocabeille architecte's monts et merveilles development in paris

jean bocabeille architecte’s monts et merveilles development in paris
images courtesy of frédéric delangle, sergio grazia

 

 

 

paris’ clichy-batignolles ecodistrict has taken point in the french city’s envisioning for a timeless, mixed-use future. adding to the zone (17th arrondissement) is the ‘monts et merveilles’ development by jean bocabeille architecte. composed of social housing, residences, a ground level religious center, and retail frontage — the project(s) seamlessly combine with the earlier ‘ehpad senior housing’ by atelier du pont.

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street corner view

 

 

 

on the site’s eastern end, facing rue cardinet, are social housing units. the compact building shares a patio with above mentioned ehpad senior housing, which together overlook a park. opposite, is the private residence block and ozanam house — the latter consisting of a chapel and congregation area. characterized by complex forms of orange and red, the building includes 86 apartments. each has a terrace, and provides unrestricted views of the development’s park and the saussure block beyond.

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‘monts et merveilles’ by jean bocabeille architecte

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residences

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duplex apartment interior

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heart of multi-program block

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religious center entrance

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chapel interior

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social housing units

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social housing, façade detail


multi-program block


masterplan

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • Wow, it has a chapel? I’m surprised that’s allowed. Wouldn’t want to offend anyone now would we.

    Goose Over Stumps says:

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