Newsletter 09/2015
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Celebrating 25 years since the firm’s creation and 15 years since the opening of the Paris office, Art&Build pauses momentarily to reflect upon a journey that began back in 1989. With a loyal and enthusiastic team and an ever-increasing mastery of our profession, we fervently look forward to the next generation of projects. It is also the occasion to reflect upon our profession, on the collaborative process, on the multiple sources of intelligence converging to become a shared ambition, on our duty to innovate, on our civil engagement, and on our desire to create "a bespoke future through architecture".

The new Nantes Island hospital project is revealed to the public (Nantes, F)
(competition won by the Art&Build Architectes / Pargade Architecte / Artelia / Signes-Paysages following a unanimous decision by the jury). more

Art & Build hand over the new VOO-Brutélé operations centre, a cutting edge project for new technologies and environmental standards (Gosselies, Charleroi, B). more
Art & Build reinvents the hospital-garden concept with the Emergency Medecine Reanimation facility for the Toulouse CHU (Toulouse, F). more
Art & Build designs the Fond Roy Clinic for adolescents in difficulty (Uccle, B). more
Art & Build complete a flexible and secure vaccine production facility for GSK (Wavre, B). more
Art & Build's proposal for "Reinventer Paris" (F) Competition. more
Heysel Stadium, Art & Build & Estudio Lamela’s proposal (SP). more

Art & Build will be present at:

Homexpo - Tour & Taxis, lecture on Thuesday 24, 4.20pm 

Mapic - Palais des Festivals, Cannes, 18-20 November 2015

Simi - Palais des Congrès, Porte de Maillot, Paris, 2-4 December 2015
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