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Rue Camille Claudel

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Hamonic + Masson, COBE
location Clichy
function housing, social housing
contributed by Hamonic-Masson

In the history of architecture it is rare to find examples of roads built entirely by the same architect. We often see urban projects divided into 'slices' of 50 to 60 houses under the guise of "architectural diversity." Hamonic+Masson won the Camille Claudel project in 2013 having proposed a global and unitary strategy: diversity is a question of form and typology, and not simply style. The project is organised around 7 buildings on 2 separate plots linked by a public road. The morphology of the buildings develops in a way that provides each apartment with multiple views of the Seine and maximum sunlight exposure. The buildings interact in a way that creates collective spaces overlooking the new road. The architect has responded to the search for identity within the collective and provided differentiation by proposing multiple, varied exterior spaces and numerous typologies. The facades are clad in metallic lace with varied motifs, which give an identity to this new neighbourhood.

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Rue Camille Claudel
Rue Camille Claudel
Project is public!
Completion 2017
Floor area/size 24000 m2
Main designer, ArchitectHamonic + Masson
Landscape architectCOBE
project managerMarie-Agnès de Bailliencourt
Project ID 33363
Latitude/Longitude 48°54'15N 02°17'32E
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