Barthélémy-Griño architectes: frameworks

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Birkhäuser, Jan 1, 2005 - Architecture - 152 pages
Over the past 20 years, Philippe Barthelemy (France) and Sylvia Grino (born in Uruguay) have developed projects that span France, Great Britain, South America and Asia. These encompass many public and private programmes and commercial buildings for the luxury accessories giant Louis Vuitton, including a store in Kobe, Japan. In addition to other awards, Barthelemy-Grino architectes won in 2003 second place for Le Moniteur's renowned Equerre d'Argent prize for their sports centre in Nanterre, a building distinguished by its innovative wood construction. This book documents in detail the most significant projects from Barthelemy-Grino architectes, organized into four chapters: frames, components, insides and skins.

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Contents

Frames Charpentes
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Community Centre Salle communale La PetiteRaon
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Sports Complex Complexe sportif AillysurSomme
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