Nantes, France, 2012-04-11 -
The quality of the site, both symbolic and architectural, leads us to propose a building organized around an interior garden ; while preserving the site unity. Whe make the most of the authorized outline to propose a building with a simple construction principle and rational organization, while maintaining the garden’s qualities. All the laboratories and offices are turned to the garden thanks to the gallery distribution system under the hull south facade (it allows on one hand an optimal control of the temperature, and secondly, the precise frame on the surrounding urban elements).
Special care was taken in light environment: all circulations are naturally lit and offering outside views.Using materials such as zinc, concrete granite, glass or aluminum ensure a controlled integration on this strong character site, organizing by contrast the specific areas of the program on the site.
Data sheet Project manager: SARL Barré-Lambot (architectes mandataires), ISATEG (BET Structures, BET Fluides, économiste) Contractor: Université Pierre et Marie Curie Location: Roscoff (29) Program: Biologic Station Date: mai 2007 à janvier 2012 Cost: 2 229 500 € HT Surface: 1 486 m² Mission's architects: Architect agent
Philippe BARRE, DPLG architect 1962 : Born in Loroux-Bottereau Studied at the School of architecture in Nantes Graduated in 1988 on the subject « Clisson, park and city » Teaching at Nantes and Rennes School of Architecture from 1996 Graduated in sustainable architecture and high environnemental quality in 2009 Co-manager of Barré-lambot architects SARL
Agnès LAMBOT, DPLG architect 1962 : born in Sables d’Olonne Studied at the School of architecture in Nantes Graduated in 1988 on the subject « A cultural park in Clisson » Consultant architect for the CAUE of Loire-Atlantique from 1991 to 1996 Regional councillor at the « Ordre des Architectes » of Pays de la Loire from 1996 to 2000 State consulting architect in Lot et Garonne (47 FRANCE) since 2008 Graduated in “sustainable urbanism” in 2009 Co-manager of Barré-Lambot architects SARL
Quotation « Projeter signifie s’insérer inévitablement dans une expérience vivante en se mesurant directement à elle sans aucun alibi possible » G. Grassi, Architect.
Architecture and urban planning regional award of Loire-Atlantique, 2010, for Botanica: apartments blocks and houses in Saint-Nazaire. (104 dwellings)
Brittany architecture award 2010, “place for work” category for the Taï Shogun Restaurant in Rennes
World Architecture Festival, nominated in the “shopping” category with the Taï Shogun Restaurant in Rennes.
Architecture and urban planning regional award of Loire-Atlantique, 2008, nominated in the “house” category for Villa F in Mesquer
Participation to urban competition, february 2005 : « Requalification of Marcel Saupin stadium » in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, in association with Pierre GAUTIER, architect, Paris/Rotterdam.
Architecture and urban planning regional award of Loire-Atlantique, 2004, nominated in category « Senior citizens’home » for the reconstruction of the senior citizen’s home in Saint-Gildas des Bois in Loire-Atlantique in association with Daniel Saintagnan, architect, Le Mans.
Brittany architecture award 2000, public building’category for the renovation and extension of public school Jules Verne in Douarnenez in Finistère.
Venezia Biennale 1985 : Villa Farsetti project, international competition exhibits in Venezia Lido, Jury president : Aldo Rossi.