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Die Pläne für das Orthodoxe Zentrum im 7. Arrondissement wurden recht stark verändert,
sieht jetzt ein wenig aus wie ein betoniertes Michelin-Männchen... ;)
 

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Geht so. Immerhin sind die Wolkenkratzer in La Defense einigermaßen geballt und verunzieren nicht das gesamte herrliche Pariser Stadtbild.

Doch auch in Paris entstehen nun vermehrt im Stadtgebiet verteilte Wohnhochhäuser,
hier ein luxuriöses Exemplar mit 86 Residenzen:

UNIC | District Batignolles | Fertigstellung 2017 geplant















Entwickler und Quelle: Emerige, http://www.emerige.com/fr/logements/unic-clichy-batignolles/
 
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Zur Abschreckung ein Löffel voll richtig übler Modernistenscheiße (aus meiner Sicht jedenfalls):
Unusual in paris intra-muros: two new individual houses (bd Richard-Lenoir, 11th)




And a lot of big programs in Ivry/Vitry along the D5:


In front of the parisian cemetery of Ivry:





And another sample near Macval:
 

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Aktueller Überblick zu den Hochhausprojekten in La Defense:
State of the tower projects planned for La Defense:

- Tour Trinity (161m): The site preparation has begun, currently the construction and architecture companies are in a negotiation phase which should end in June, and construction is planned to begin in August-Septembre.

- Tours Hermitage Plaza (320m x2): Last legal battles should end in the summer, If this happens according to plan, destruction of Les Damiers residential complex will begin in septembre/ octobre of this year, and construction of the towers will begin directly after.

- Tour Air2 (203m): Demolition of Aurore tower is planned to begin before the end of the year (although it has been pushed back previously).

- Tour Hekla (220m): The rose de cherbourg is a precursor to the Hekla tower project and has begun. The re-routing of the traffic has begun, and the public spaces layout should begin in 2016. The Hekla tower has submitted its application for a building permit this month. The expected delivery date of the tower is programmed for 2020.

- Tour M2 Saint-Gobain (174m): officially, the construction should begin in 2016…

- Tour Phare (297m): All legal battles have ended in favour of the project, the only remaining obstacle is the mayor of the neighbouring town that is against the temporary destruction of a bridge between La Defense and Courbevoie. The project is in a very critical position right now as the developer only has 2-3 years to commercialise and then begin construction of the tower before the construction permit expires. Furthermore the developer is about to start building another tower (Trinity) very close to phare which may hinder the commercialisation of Phare.

- Tour Alto (150m): Construction was pushed back to 2016 due to legal battles about the already overcrowded metro station close to the tower, and the shape and height of the building which will cast a large shadow on one side and overheat the ground level on the other side. construction was originally planned for 2014.

- Tour Ava (140m): Project pushed back to 2016 due to legal battles.

A rough map I made of all of these projects using Google Maps:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zCw_2vnSwNF8.kF6iQ0FuDMaI



Blue: Towers or buildings
White: Slab at the D2 tower level
Beige: Slab at the esplanade level
Orange: Stairs or escalators
 

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So, und nun vergleiche man einmal bitte den öden Neubau des deutschen Innenministeriums mit dem lebensfrohen von Frankreich!
Das ist mindestens auf dem Niveau der Galeries Lafayette an der Friedrichstraße. :colbert:

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Lagny-Le Garance [Paris XXe] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Lagny-Le Garance [Paris XXe] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Lagny-Le Garance [Paris XXe] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Lagny-Le Garance [Paris XXe] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Lagny-Le Garance [Paris XXe] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Lagny-Le Garance [Paris XXe] by Cochise75, sur Flickr

Sicher, etwas zeitgeistig. Dennoch.
Die BRD sollte mal etwas halbwegs Zukunftsgewandtes, Repräsentatives (gern auch klassisch!) oder wenigstens Solides hinkriegen, statt der ödesten Rasterkisten. Das Haus der Zukunft ist ein kleiner Lichtblick, wenn die Fassade denn was wird...
 

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Für die Verhältnisse eines arabischen Investors wird dies wohl eine geschmackvolle Altbausanierung:

the 52 champs elysees (bought half a billion euros by the Qatar Investment Authority 3 years ago) has obtained its building permit for renovation (retail and offices)





 

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