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Cultural Center of Meudon-la-Forêt by Serero Architects


Project: New Cultural Center of Meudon-la-Forêt
Designed by Serero Architects
The project is inspired by nature and more specifically by the tree, not in its simple symbolic shape, but in its deep link with architecture: in the relationship between structure and envelope, between redundancy and optimization, strength and fragility. The interaction between the surrounding natural space and the minimalist volumes of the existing buildings conceived by the architect F. Pouillon influenced the main trajectory of our approach. The building follows the orthogonal grid of the district while developing a close connection with the ground space. Continue for more after the jump:


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