Tag: Festival of Lively Architectures

FAV 2013: La Grande Motte by David Hamerman

FAV 2013: La Grande Motte by David Hamerman

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• July 23, 2013 • Comments (0)

For La Grande Motte‘s FAV 2013, the Pavilion was realized by an architect from Languedoc Roussillon’s region, David Hamerman who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture of Montpellier. Memory … memory and the sea … a song by Léo Ferré. This city and its forms are crimping the Mediterranean are the testimony of an […]

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FAV 2013: Montpellier by Robin Juzon

FAV 2013: Montpellier by Robin Juzon

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• July 22, 2013 • Comments (0)

For Montpellier’s FAV 2013, the pavilion was realized by an architect from Languedoc Roussillon’s region, Robin Juzon who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture of Montpellier. The pavilion of simple geometric shape, was achieved with the aid of wooden panels. With the massive and opaque origin, the panels are similar to thin sheets of […]

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7th edition of the Festival of Lively Architectures in Montpellier

7th edition of the Festival of Lively Architectures in Montpellier

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• April 4, 2012 • Comments (0)

On the theme of the surprise, hundred of international teams answered and 10 of them + the invited university are going to present to you works all more surprising than the others for this 7th edition of the Festival of the Lively Architectures in Montpellier, France. From 13 till 17 June 2012, the courtyards are […]

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Call for Applications 7th Festival of the Lively Architectures

Call for Applications 7th Festival of the Lively Architectures

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• October 2, 2011 • Comments (1)

On the occasion of the 7th FESTIVAL OF THE LIVELY ARCHITECTURES (click here for past festivals) in MONTPELLIER, Champ Libre association sends a call for applications to realize 10 interventions. The Festival is at the heart of Montpellier city; it will take place in the city centre more specifically in the courtyards of certain town […]

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«The Encounter» 6th Edition of Lively Architecture in Montpellier

«The Encounter» 6th Edition of Lively Architecture in Montpellier

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• April 12, 2011 • Comments (0)

6th Edition of Lively Architecture in Montpellier From 15th to 19th June 2011 Lively Architectures to discover Since 2006, The Festival des Architectures Vives tries to make people aware to architecture giving them tools to understand it by allowing people who live in town to meet people who draw the town. This Festival offers young […]

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Call for Applications 6th Lively Architectures Festival

Call for Applications 6th Lively Architectures Festival

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• September 19, 2010 • Comments (0)

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FESTIVAL OF LIVELY ARCHITECTURES On the occasion to the 6th FESTIVAL OF THE LIVELY ARCHITECTURES in MONTPELIER, Champ Libre association throws a call for applications to realize 10 interventions. The Festival is part of the city heart of Montpellier; it will take place in the heart of Montpellier and more specifically in […]

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5th edition of the Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architectes) of Montpellier

5th edition of the Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architectes) of Montpellier

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• March 28, 2010 • Comments (1)

This year, «Between Shadow and Light» is the theme of  Le 5th Festival des Architectures Vives 2010 in Montpellier. About eleven lively architectures dreamed and conceived by architects will take place in the courtyards of private mansion in the centre of Montpellier during 17th – 20th June. For more information about the Festival, please send […]

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Qui est “IN”, Qui est “OUT” | Yes We Can Architecture

Qui est “IN”, Qui est “OUT” | Yes We Can Architecture

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• July 5, 2009 • Comments (2)

Qui est “IN”, Qui est “OUT” designed by London-based Yes We Can Architecture, was an installation in the Hotel d’Aurès (music school), as part of the Festival des Architectures Vives: In(Side)Out, 2008 in Montpellier. This temporary was done with only 900 Euros, and assembled by a team of 4 people : Frederic ANDRE, David CARDINAL, […]

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