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0001 | Work in process | 2012 | exhibition | Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Paris, France | 600 m²

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Work in process

2012

exhibition

Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Paris, France

600 m²

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The project is an analysis of the data collected for the Work In Process, New Offices, New Uses exhibition with scenography by Thomas Raynaud Architecte (Building Building). The exhibition aims to describe the evolution of office buildings and spaces in the twentieth century, from several angles, ie programmatic, spatial and urban. Translated into maps and diagrams, this analysis led to the creation of an index of the main office buildings built in Paris in the twentieth century. Presented in one of the exhibition rooms in the form of a collection of 100 redrawn blueprints and 100 physical models, this index examines the relation to the city and the interiors of these ‘typical plans’, as defined by Rem Koolhaas.

 

In collaboration with Hotel Architecte

type : exposition
program : content production for the exhibition “Work in Process”
commission : direct commission
client : Pavillon de l’Arsenal
location : Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Paris, France   
state : built
area : 600 m²
budget : 30 000 €
date : 2012
photo credit : Peaks