ChartierDalix. Built Work 2016–2021
Be generous rather than generic: Trailblazing architecture by ChartierDalix in Paris
- September 2021 approx. CHF 49.00 | eur 42.00
1st edition, 2021
Text English and French
approx. 200 pages, 172 color and b/w illustrations
24 x 32 cm
Paris-based firm ChartierDalix, founded in 2008 by Frédéric Chartier and Pascale Dalix, can look back on a successful first twelve years of design practice. They have garnered attention at various international competitions and were awarded several prizes, such as the Europe 40 under 40 Award. In 2019, their first book ChartierDalix. Hosting Life explored their unique approach to link ecosystem and architecture and their research and practical implementation of this connection.
In this new series of books, ChartierDalix now presents its entire body of work, beginning with the volume covering the years 2016 to 2021. It showcases eleven designs they have realized in Paris and the surrounding area, all described in detail with texts, photographs and plans. The selection includes projects such as the transformation of the former Lourcine barracks into the new Université de Droit-Paris I, which was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award and honored with the Frame Award 2020, a number of office and commercial structures, the transformation of the Renault Design Center in Guyancourt, as well as several designs for private and social housing.
Frédéric Chartier holds an architecture degree from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Paris-Malaquais and is co-founder of ChartierDalix in Paris.
Pascale Dalix is a graduate of École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris-Val de Seine (formerly École d'Architecture Paris-Villemin) and a founding partner of ChartierDalix in Paris.
Sophie Deramond is an architect and partner with ChartierDalix in Paris, where she is also head of research and development.
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