Félix Eboué

Félix Eboué

Architecte
Baumschlager Eberle Architekten
Lieu
place Félix-Éboué, Paris, France | View Map
Année du projet
2021
Catégorie
Appartements
Luc Boegly

Between city and green space

Baumschlager Eberle Architekten en tant que Architectes.

The largest square in eastern Paris, the Place Félix Eboué, has a new landmark: the residential and commercial building of Baumschlager Eberle Architekten closes the gap between a modernist building and a Belle Epoque house.

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Our team in Paris managed to formulate the transition very elegantly with a final terrace and an adjacent tower: The new house presents itself with a strongly sculptural architecture whose articulation reflects the dynamics of the urban space. With its shimmering white façade and striking shutters, it is more than just an enrichment for urban life.

photo_credit Luc Boegly
Luc Boegly

A spatial flow is developed quite consistently, leading from the square via a passage into the landscaped courtyard. In this way, the rigid separation between the public and private spheres is eliminated to the benefit of residents and passers-by. 

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The 104 apartments are intelligently developed and feature private open space. The building envelope with its efficient thermal and noise insulation supports the quality of stay in a building at the interface between city and green space. 

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