Restructuration and Extension of High school Albert Einstein | N+B architects

• May 2, 2010

High school Albert Einstein, Brassens site, in France, was recently restructured and extended by French firm N+B architects . The project took into account the notions of flexibility, educational project, and environmental use functionality and to enable the programmatic entities, to be linked together around exterior spaces.

The ambition of this project is to offer a coherence set in a specific environment.

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Restructuration and Extension of High school Albert Einstein, image courtesy of N+B architects

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Restructuration and Extension of High school Albert Einstein, image courtesy of N+B architects

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Restructuration and Extension of High school Albert Einstein, image courtesy of N+B architects

+ Project credits / data

PROGRAM: restructuration and extension of the high school Albert Einstein, Brassens site
LOCATION: Menton, France
CLIENT: Région Provence alpes côtes d’azur

CALENDAR : Bâtiments Livrés
Building EF: Restoration / Sport room/ teacher place – September 2008
Building HIJ: Workshops/ Technical Class room – February 2010

ARCHITECT: Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion,  N+B Architectes
PROJECT MANAGER:
Elodie Nourrigat& Jacques Brion, N+B Architectes
Architectes Associé François Privat, Architecte

FLOOR AREA: 20 000m²
START OF PLANNING: 2004
START OF CONSTRUCTION: 2006
COMPLETION: 2010
COST: 17 millions € (prix valeur année 2004)
PHOTOGRAPH: Paul KOZLOWSKI

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Category: Architecture, Education

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