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Old May 18th, 2013, 07:47 PM   #5001
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Old May 18th, 2013, 08:23 PM   #5002
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Old May 18th, 2013, 09:00 PM   #5003
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Old May 18th, 2013, 09:33 PM   #5005
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Old May 19th, 2013, 12:20 AM   #5006
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WAOUW ! Staggering pics ! Thanks a lot for this moment !
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Old May 19th, 2013, 04:01 AM   #5007
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I really hope that they will build that magnifique underground project, to make people more comfortable before going in the most beautiful man-made structure in the world.

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Selon le journal Le Parisien, la ville de Paris devrait lancer une étude pour construire un nouvel accueil des touristes au sous-sol de la Tour Eiffel.

Les billetteries actuellement installées aux quatre pieds de la Tour Eiffel pourraient ainsi disparaître au profit d’un nouvel espace d’accueil situé en sous-sol. La Mairie de Paris aurait confié la réalisation d’une « étude technique et financière » pour aménager le nouveau lieu d’accueil et son accès. Le journal affirme par ailleurs que la Ville pourrait débourser 254 000 € pour financer cette étude.

Ce nouvel accès aux billetteries devrait permettre de supprimer les longues files d’attente de touristes bravant parfois la pluie et le froid pour admirer l’un des monuments les plus emblématiques de Paris.

Il faut dire que cette idée de prospecter le sous-sol de la Dame de Fer n’est pas vraiment nouvelle. Il avait déjà été envisagé d’enterrer un parking sous cette dernière, ou encore de percer des galeries marchandes sous le Champ-de-Mars, et plus récemment, de créer des accès au site à partir des quais de la Seine, avec la piétonnisation des voies sur berges… Par ailleurs, fin 2012, le Figaro dévoilait - dans le cadre d’un appel à idées sur le Paris de 2037 - un projet futuriste de l’Agence d’Architectes SEARCH, métamorphosant le monument par l’utilisation de son sous-sol.

Selon les informations du Parisien, la nouvelle étude devrait définir les conditions du creusement d’un vaste hall d’accueil sur un niveau enterré, accueillant les billetteries, des magasins de souvenirs, des espaces de restauration, un petit musée de la tour Eiffel, des stands de location d’audioguides ou encore des consignes à bagages.

La réalisation des aménagements sera inclue dans le cahier des charges de la prochaine concession d’exploitation de la tour Eiffel, en préparation pour 2015.
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It is just a vision d'artiste by search but it would be so élégant for the most visited paid monument in the world
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Old May 19th, 2013, 04:44 AM   #5008
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Ministère de la Défense, Balard

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Old May 19th, 2013, 04:54 AM   #5009
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Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, rénovation à venir (110 millions €)

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The largest theater, concerts and sports of France, located in our district and inaugurated in 1984 will offer a new face. Although it retains its original form, designed by the architects Andrault-Parat, Prouvé Guvan team room, pyramid-shaped, will be redesigned to offer a capacity greater.

The Palais Omnisports retain its general shape while extending its base to create a large entrance hall of 2500 m2 at street level, underground side. A second entrance will be the next day Seine.

The main objectives of the renovation are to make the most scalable palace to make a Bercy "arena" continuing to host the biggest national and international events. The new Bercy pass a capacity of 15,000 to nearly 17,500 seats. By changing the structure of the building through the creation of hanging balconies, 21,000 seats instead of the current 17 000 will be available in configuration "concert."

The project also engages in the way of the Climate Plan of the city of Paris that advocates the reduction by three energy consumption, including through the use of geothermal energy and photovoltaic panels. In all, there are approximately 650 m2 of panels that will be installed on the Seine side.

Another new building will be facing the Seine. This is reflected by the creation of a wooden walkway from the court to the high walk from Parc de Bercy and connecting the parking. The new Bercy will be inaugurated in September 2015, after two periods of closure of seven and nine months for work in 2015 and 2016 respectively. SAE POPB mobilize € 110 million for the initial renovation project.

This renovation is a real challenge: how to balance the attractiveness of Paris, while minimizing disturbance to residents? This issue must be clearly stated in the coming months and should be at the heart of the renovation of the POPB !
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Old May 19th, 2013, 04:58 AM   #5010
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Hôtel Melia, La Défense

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Old May 19th, 2013, 05:23 AM   #5011
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Tour Majunga, La Défense

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Old May 19th, 2013, 05:39 AM   #5012
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La Canopée - Forum des Halles

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Old May 19th, 2013, 05:43 AM   #5013
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Tour D2, La Défense

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Old May 19th, 2013, 05:53 AM   #5014
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Ministère de la Défense, Balard



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In Paris, in the fifteenth arrondissement, the Ministry of Defence will be completed in 2015. Tour.

At Balard, in the fifteenth arrondissement of Paris, which is happening on the device or along the T3 tramway, we see a dozen cranes rising skyward on the site of the French Pentagon. Launched in 2007 by Hervé Morin, Minister of Defence, the project began in 2009. This year, he takes his speed. "The project will normally be finished in time for 2015," promises Christian Lasne, project manager. To expedite the work, the site uses a system called "Top and Down", in the jargon of public works. "This means that we are building basements along the upper parts," says the project manager.
On average, more than 1,000 people working on the site, including 670 in the central building, the heart of the new department. "The site operates 24 hours/24," says the director. With considerable logistics. "Every day, on average 300 trucks delivering parts of prefabricated elements. So you must tell everything to not be overloaded and avoid traffic jams on the site, "says Christian Lasne. The sequence of events quickly and the first parts of the facade will be visible as early as July. To move to the next level, the project will be in full production in the fall of 2013, and will host more than 2,000 workers, which represent the largest site within Paris. Workforce to match the scale of the project, which spans no less than 16.5 hectares.
The first employees moved in during the late

Located between the device along Aquaboulevard and T3 tram, only two gigantic towers to the east of the work stand out scaffolding. These two towers, temporarily called A and F, and that rise above the city from the air - which includes staff of the Air Force - have been completed. Since April 2012, the tower F to welcoming military housing. The first employees will be able to invest and 50,000 sqm of office space at the end of the month. But the construction of the plot East is far from complete. The door of Sèvres street Porte-d'Issy, the 8.5 hectares of this part are still at the beginning of their rehabilitation. A building of 12,000 m² has been destroyed and rebuilt along the Avenue de la Porte de Sèvres, a dozen buildings of 110,000 square meters are being renovated, while a dozen others are in phase asbestos before their complete destruction that will give way to more than 2.5 hectares of parkland.
Passage west side of the site. For now, the Pentagon itself is still in gestation. Hard to believe that it will contain the heart of the Ministry of Defence 2015. We guess the outline of the building with the ground floor, fully finished since the end of March. And even in some places, sites north and south parts, bordering the device and the boulevard Général-Valin, show what looks like the first floor. But it will take two years for 130,000 m² of offices covering five hectares of land along the tramway.
Also in this part of West, one block still standing and that stands out from the rest of the site is that of the Perret brothers, built between 1929 and 1932, which occupies the corner of Boulevard Victor and Avenue de la Porte-de- Sevres. Historical monument, it could not be destroyed. Soon it will include nearly 17,000 m² of offices and the main entrance of the Ministry towards the avenue de la Porte de Sevres. The interior is still in complete renovation and a metal roof will be put on for the sake of uniformity.
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At the heart of the 19th arrondissement of Paris, is the referent place Vill'Up fun shopping eastern Paris.

Its unusual position combines offers trendy shops and leisure shifted to a single experience in Paris.

The unique, spectacular and thrills alongside the pleasure of shopping, fooding and bistronomie.


The free fall simulator IFLY occupy the vertical face of the greenhouse space, and create a unique visible animation and all the heart of the project. The vertical tube is fully glazed event the most spectacular and the most anticipated Vill'up.
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Old May 19th, 2013, 06:19 AM   #5016
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Zoo de Vincennes (Parc zoologique de Paris)

Just a year before the réouverture !
157 millions € project

Basin manatees in the tropical greenhouse


The building giraffes, two times larger than the previous


Alpha++ Parisian giraffes


Tropical greenhouse




The aviary, 1450 m², 11m high


The park is spread over 14.5 hectares


Plants from the whole world will be in Paris


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Old May 19th, 2013, 06:37 AM   #5017
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Prince de Galles, réouverture

Reopening of the Prince de Galles Paris in mai 2013.

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Old May 19th, 2013, 06:38 AM   #5018
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Nice video with the actualité of mai 2013

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Grand Paris : 30 billions €, pour quoi faire ?

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While the Prime Minister kicked off the necessary infrastructure to revitalize and reinvigorate the business capital region, all experts caution on the issue of economic governance of Greater Paris, which alone can bring jobs. The investment, valued at € 30 billion, must report within 73 to fifteen years, creating 115,000 jobs, increase productivity and enhance the Paris GDP growth of 0.2 percentage point per year: this is the reasonable assumption of the first calculations of economists.
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am i the only to qualify this "balardgone" as a waste of public funds?
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