Quartier Bruneseau Paris

Lanched by Semapa in March 2017, the 'Inventer Bruneseau' competition concerns the creation of a 100,000m2 neighbourhood destined to recreate a link between Paris and the eastern suburb of Ivry sur Seine, at the end of the Avenue de France and next to the Quai d'Ivry motorway interchange. The new district is a densely populated, built-up area immediately alongside Paris's boulevard périphérique ringroad, It is organised around a public space that extends the Avenue de France towards Ivry by passing beneath the périphérique. The Nouvel R project proposes a coherent and harmonious architectural sequence, alternating very tall buildings with lower constructions along both this new axis and the Seine. It offers calm, generous and welcoming surroundings, as much for its residential programme as for the offices and retail. In the centre of the neighbourhood is a large hall beneath the périphérique, which houses a food market and an cultural and social programme open to the public. In Michel Kagan's municipal centre, a permanent shared facility is created around the theme of craft and applied art. The housing reunites a mix of generations and re-examines ways of living at high level in Paris.

Paris and Ivry-sur-Seine
Urban area including two high rise buildings around and above Paris' ring road
AG Real Estate, Les Nouveaux Constructeurs, Icade, Nexity
Hardel Le Bihan Architectes (Philippe Monjaret with Mihai Buse, Deborah Blaise et Théophile Noyer), YTAA, Adjaye Associates, Buzzo Spinelli (architectes associés), Bassinet Turquin (paysagiste), Egis (general engineering), Elioth (environmental engineering)
Surface area
International competition 2016. Laureate in march 2019
timber, concrete
BBCA (Low Carbon Building)
Co-conception En cours Housing Ivry-sur-Seine Low carbon Office Paris Timber construction Urbanism

Le Monde headquarters, Paris

2014 Company headquarters Competition Office Paris

Mixed use building, Nantes

2019 Housing Mixed use Nantes Office Prefabrication

Sport facilities and housing, Paris

2017 Housing Low carbon Mixed use Paris Social housing Sport Students Timber construction

Montparnasse by Nouvelle AOM

Co-conception High-rise building In progress Low carbon Mixed use Natural ventilation Nouvelle AOM Paris Renovation Tower Urban farming