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Old April 6th, 2014, 01:50 AM   #6461
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Le Val Vert - Le Plessis-Pâté

New commercial center scheduled in Le Plessis-Pâté, Greater Paris (28 km at the south of the point zéro des routes de France at Notre-Dame).



Architects/designers : Antonio Virga, Vincent Parreira et Philippe Starck
Surface : 85.000m ²

Source : http://www.compagniedephalsbourg.com...s-du-val-vert/
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Old April 6th, 2014, 02:01 AM   #6462
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Résidence One - La Défense

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I think it is the building seen on the right of this render
This residence designed by FMA agency will be built along the historical axis between the Arena, the cemetery of Neuilly and the Jetée. The project consists of ninety-nine housing accession framed, accompanied by 110 student rooms of 17 m² and five shops in office building. The building will include two rooms of 45 m² with five parts of a surface 95 m².

The construction will begin in September 2014 for delivery end of 2016, almost simultaneously with the Arena 92.

Source : http://www.defense-92.fr/immobilier/...-constructeurs

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Source : http://www.capcampus.com/residences-...one-a29372.htm
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Old April 6th, 2014, 02:11 AM   #6463
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Forum des Halles

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Bon après les excellentes photos du dessus postées par cochise, je vais me concentrer sur le "dessous".

Par cette très belle journée ensoleillée, j'ai décidé de me lancer à l'assaut de ce quartier si spécial : Les Halles.

J'ai d'abord commencé par inspecter le Forum et mis à part la migraine, voici mes reflexions, en écho aussi avec le dernier post de Newparis.

Le Forum, même si il a subi quelques améliorations (nouveau sols dans certaines arcades) reste quand même pas mal dans l'esprit de l'ancien forum...On voit bien que peu de travaux ont encore été éxecutés.

Du coup je dois dire que c'est parfois à la limite du glauque quand on se ballade dans les différents niveaux...il faut vraiment une mise aux nouvelles normes esthétiques MAJEURE.

Et j'ai aussi eu cette impression en allant du côté du "Nouveau Forum" dont parle NewParis...avec cette rue très haut plafond...tout est d'époque et ça fait encore très daté années 80-90...

ensuite je suis tombé sur cette porte : et je me suis dit "interdit au public " ? yeah right !! ce genre d'alerte marche comme une invitation à rentrer pour moi.

me suis donc invité à une private visite du chantier en toute tranquilité...durant ma ballade j'ai croisé une dizaine d'ouvriers qui parlaient dans un accent de l'est (serbe ? croates ?) qui avaient l'air de s'en foutre comme de l'an 40 de voir un grand black en train de photographier leur lieu de travail !!!


photos et videos de la canopée a suivre dans prochain post...




Mon avis sur le jardin (que je critiquais plus bas) est différent maintenant...


franchement autant j'étais assez circonspect avec les photos vues du dessus, autant au niveau de la rue le rendu est bien plus positif : surtout avec le beau temps de ce samedi et des centaines de badaud qui prenaient d'assault les espaces ouverts...à savoir les talus et bancs périphériques vu que les pelouses centrales sont encore clôturées (il faudrait qu'ils ouvrent un jour !!!!!

ce jardin est bien pensé, j'avoue...il sera très populaire si j'en juge par le monde fou qui le traversait aujourd'hui !

Par contre au niveau fleurs , c'est néant : quelques marguerites ici et là qui seront allégrement piétinées quand on ouvrira les pelouses et c'est tout !!!

ce qui est agréable ceci dit c'est que la pelouse justement (sous réserve qu'elle ne devienne un repère pour chiens) et propice à s'allonger ..l'herbe et touffue, ça fait un peu savane lol

les gens squattaient chaque cm² disponible.





en voyant le peu de floraison je me suis dit pourquoi la Mairie de paris, pour ce fameux jardin Nelson Mandela, n'a pas été en mesure de produire quelque chose de plus flamboyant !!! les moyens sont là non ?

à titre d'exemple voici ce que j'ai vu hier à Stains (93) sur plus d'1 km d'avenue ...donc si Stains peut le faire pourquoi ne pas avoir pensé à installer de jolies fleurs dans le jardin du centre touristique de la capitale (quitte à protéger pour pas qu'on les écrase évidemment) !!!


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Old April 6th, 2014, 02:30 AM   #6464
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The post didn't mention that, so I had no clue. Sorry then. Not much of an improvement either, but we'll see...
You'd better get some glasses mate...

@Avemano: thank you, it looks great
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Old April 6th, 2014, 02:38 AM   #6465
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Ministry of Defense - Balard by Steph35



Paris par -pieton-, sur Flickr
You see that awful building at the left? Well, soon it will be ancient history

Demolition works:

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Avancement de la démolition aujourd'hui :



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Old April 6th, 2014, 03:09 AM   #6466
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You'd better get some glasses mate...
The current turd could just as well be a recent construction. Shite like that is erected around the world any day. Sadly.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 03:11 AM   #6467
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I passed near that on Thursday and didn't know what it was. It looks good and it's almost finished.
Next time, could you take a photo ? because I have no date for the only photos I've found on the blogs ..
It's a pitty it's not a little higher, but the cladd looks very great. By the way, I don't like the idea behind this title "La Défense autrement", I see it as "La Défense en mode campus" ...

At least, the municipality of La Garenne-Colombes does not seem say stop to working buildings.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 03:46 AM   #6468
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By the way, I don't like the idea behind this title "La Défense autrement", I see it as "La Défense en mode campus" ...
Same thing for me.....but on the other hand, I see "La Défense".....at La Garenne !!
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Old April 6th, 2014, 09:18 AM   #6469
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More photos of the Canopée Les Halles by Kony













More here and here.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 11:37 AM   #6470
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A picture I took yesterday in Henri Barbusse park in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Paris south inner suburbs).
The windowless buildings in the centre-right part of the picture are being demolished. They will be replaced by three 140-180m towers.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 12:46 PM   #6471
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The windowless buildings in the centre-right part of the picture are being demolished. They will be replaced by three 140-180m towers.
What a view that will be then from here
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Old April 6th, 2014, 12:54 PM   #6472
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The current turd could just as well be a recent construction. Shite like that is erected around the world any day. Sadly.
Dont get me wrong, I do think these constructions from the past look ugly, but I was mainly talking about the new cladding...do you consider it like a 'turd' as well?
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Old April 6th, 2014, 01:19 PM   #6473
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^ Wow, this looks terrifying compared to the render. Like some cruel commieblock.

Sue the arses who committed those canting renders!
you don't understand haha. That project is a renovation, not a building u/c

the photo above was a photo of the old look which like you said is horrible and that's why they're renewing that building.
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do you consider it like a 'turd' as well?
Can't judge, to be fair. Renders often fool people. We'll have to wait and see, once the results can be spotted.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 03:34 PM   #6475
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In order to compare both photos :

La tour Phare sera peut-être dans le trou du milieu, derrière le CNIT...

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D2 tower (round top), La Défense, on April 5, 2014:

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Old April 6th, 2014, 03:48 PM   #6476
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i like coming to this thread...but i have to admit am a bit sick and tired of seeing it become a battlefield between proParis/proLondon supporters

why can't everyonejust post news and facts without having to make very useless comments about how great/miserable Paris/or London are ???

you guys are gonna kill that thread !!!
Since THIS is the PARIS thread, those to blame are certainly NOT the pro-Paris... BUT the anti-Paris, that you identify to pro-Londoners, which would be rather... typical, but that I can't confirm since that's the first time and only the second page that I ever read of it.

PS : pour autant , le jaunepipi ne me sied guère !
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I seriously can't wait to see the Russian Orthodox centre to be finished. I love Byzantine revival architecture, and in a modern way.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 04:22 PM   #6478
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That is the point, la Canopée is a 1 billion-roof which doesn't stop rain

But advantage is that it will not encourage homeless and all offenders to stay under the roof to sell drugs, rape women and eat babies.
It will unexpectedly... stop the rain indeed (look more carefully at the longitudinal gutters at the basis of each slide of roof on the plans of the building permit) and the holes will allow ventilation.
Nevertheless, I' m not a fan... Too much rectangular instead of circular sections for the metallic pieces (tirants perpendiculaires...). The choice of yellow glass is the greatest and only mistake that ex-major Delanoë ever made during his mandate (with the Samaritaine's Rivoli front destruction IMO)! The inferior beams (whose thickness 'seems' to have unfortunately doubled... compared with the drawings!) are curved downward and probably gather the rain through top slots, perhaps visible on the right of the second photo below, then you can see on the last photo that a perpendicular structure in the axis of the canopy receives the waters which fall in cascade on the top of the stairs and run down them, like on those of the terrace of Bercy park. The small cascade is visible just in front of the church transept.

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(...) Power will perhaps makes the Maire de Paris/Président de la Métropole de Paris pragmatic (...)
Please, dont confuse foreigners about the truth of French political realities since some... still believe that Hollande and Brejnev are equivalent !

Anne Hidalgo (******* social-democrat spanish - elected in fact only yesterday by the municipal council) or Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (******* liberal republican polish )

French politics explanation :

Extreme left = Laguillet (ex-leader)
Communist = M.G. Buffet (ex-leader)
Socialist = now social democrat = Hollande and Hidalgo
Greens = Duflot (in fact more to the left than Hollande)
Democrat (+ ex-Christian démocrat = Giscard) = now MoDem = Bayrou now more centrist
Liberal republican (ex-RPR = Chirac) = now UMP = Sarkozy and Kosciusko-Morizet
Extreme right = Le Pen

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Old April 6th, 2014, 08:25 PM   #6480
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La Défense

Nice shots of La Défense, le 5 avril 2014 :

Résidence Lorraine

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