The Christian Marin building by Guillaume Ramillien is situated in the southeast of Paris. It offers a modern, eco-conscious take on the community centre. It represents the future of social consciousness. Commissioned as part of the Parisian commune Limeal-Brévannes’ new urban planning schedule, the wooden structure will serve the 700 houses currently undergoing construction in the nearby area, providing space for a range of community events. The building is clad in larch and Douglas fir panels that catch the light to varying degrees, creating a textured exterior with an almost fabric-like quality. The Parisian architecture firm has continued the natural theme in the interior décor with flat wood-panelling and expansive windows that bring the outside in. Take a look at the complete story below.