Berger & Berger Architects Reshape The Yvon Lambert Museum

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Yvon Lambert MuseumBerger & Berger architects were in charge of the newly renovated Lambert Collection museum housing the complete works (owned by the state) of artist Yvon Lambert. The collection was initially housed in Avignon’s 18th century townhouse later on it extended to the neighboring Hôtel de Montfaucon mansion. Both historic buildings along with the binding extension were renovated by the architects.

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Extension of the Collection Lambert in Avignon – Contemporary Art Museum Avignon, France
2012 – 2015, under construction, restricted competition
Client: Citadis, Ville d’Avignon
Berger & Berger (mandatory architect)
Team: Nina Baniahmad, Luke Gleeson, Théo Vachon, Jean-Benoit Vétillard
Interns: Benjamin Jaschke, Quentin Delepine, Alberto Revenga
Collaborators: Christiane Schmuckle-Mollard (Chief architect of Historical Monuments), Bollinger + Grohmann, France (Structural engineering), INEX (MEP), VPEAS (Quantity surveyor), Reflexion AG, Zurich, (Lighting Design), Ducks sceno (Scenography), Jean-Paul Lamoureux (Acoustic), Casso & Associés (Fire protection and accessibility engineers)
Surface: 2 700m² + 2 300m²
For more visit : www.berger-berger.com.