Posts Tagged ‘Manuelle Gautrand Architecture’

Gaumont-Pathé Alésia Cinemas by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Paris – France

March 13th, 2017

The facade is broken down into into a dozen vertical strips, like ribbons. Each strip supports several facets, alternately orientated upwards or downwards, as if folded. In the central area, these great pleats are made of glass and covered in regularly spaced LED modules, forming a large, animated grid.

Modern Art Museum by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Lille – France

May 13th, 2013

The architecture of the extension wraps around the north and east ends of the angular brick building in a double splay of long volumes that are fluid and organic. On one hand the new wing develops in narrow folds to contain a restaurant opening onto a central patio, on the other it extends in larger folds, each of which houses one of the five Art Brut galleries.

“C42” Citroen showroom by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Paris

February 3rd, 2012

The new Citroën showroom is at number 42 Champs Elysées; Citroën have owned the site since André Citroën set up shop there in the 1920s. His original showroom was beautiful, the interior was extremely theatrical, and the glass rectangle façade beautifully proportioned, very minimalist and contemporary.