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Press kit - Press release - Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co)
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Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah (El Hencha), Tunisia

Bir Salah, Tunisia

Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co)

Sarah Mag Toumi Cultural and Educational Center as model for fair trade and sustainable rural economic development in a Maghreb region suffering from desertification.


Tunis, Tunisia, 2018-03-08 -

This Cultural and Educational Communal Center is based on social, agricultural, artisanal, and technological innovation. It is managed on social entrepreneurship principles to better answer the needs of women left out of the work force in rural communities.


Designed to meet the needs of a rural environment, the mission of the center is to become a place of exchange where innovation and tradition and where social, economic, cultural and environmental coalesce to work together towards revitalization, diversification and empowerment of the regions and fight against desertification.


Based on the principle of Hybrid Architecture developed in a previous research by the collective, the design combines traditional models of construction, local crafts and materials with parametric design and digital manufacturing. The goal is to promote innovation in the regions.


The project includes a multiple functional eco-town housing with ground-floor shops and services (R+3), coffee shop restaurant, traditional crafts skills workshop guild house (rooftop multipurpose space addition), eco-home (rooftop addition) and a public park with outdoor exhibitions including earth and land art exhibitions.


This Hybrid Architecture brings technical innovation which includes:

1 — Bio climatic principles have determined the design with shaded verandas, cross ventilation, high ceilings, multiple sun protection systems (cantilevered canopy) and with passive solar energy (local stone walls thermal mass). Outside insulated thermal curtains on both façades to protect from the heat.
2 — Low cost construction and materials

3 — Parametric design roof to maximum sun protection. 

Services are directly built on the top existing buildings. This High Tech additions are light weight textile tensile materials (PTFE).


Data Sheet

Location: Bir Sallah, El Hencha [Sfax], route GP1 km 214. Tunise.

Clients: Sarah Toumi, Association AJMI TOUMI — ACACIA for All — (Founder); Asma Mansour: Tunisian Center for Social Entrepreneurship (Founder)


Phase 2 (2017–2018): see project shown

Design team: Philippe Barriere Collective (PB+Co) Yosri Boukadida, Wael Ben Mansour et (Asma Haddouk, Ibrahim Abbassi, Phase 1)

Engineer: Hatem Jamoussi: Optima Ingénierie

Engineer: 陈云中 经理 上海太阳膜结构有限公司

Roof: Taiyokogyo Co LTD

Digital Artist: Yosri Boukadida


Phase 1 (2014–2015): Research on Hybrid Habitat was initiated in 2014 and directed by Philippe Barrière, PhD, from 2014 up to the present.

Summer 2015 the École d’Architecture à l’Université Ibn Khaldoun (UIK) and the lÉcole Nationale des Ingénieurs de Tunis ENIT [Tunis School of Engineers] with Professor Oualid Limam PhD, (Director LGC at L’ENIT) join this research for 2 months with: 

—Engineer: Hatem Jamoussi: Optima Ingénierie (PDG).

– Engineer: Abid Med Nabil Ingénieur: Jeune Chambre International, (JCIT) - Président JCI Innovation). Jeune chambre Internationale de Tunis [JCIT]. 

— Engineer Oualid Limam PhD, (Director LGC at ENIT)

– Philippe Barriere Collective (Adnen Ben Tanfous, Asma Haddouk, Ibrahim Abbassi, Sami Isaad)

–  Construction: Fethi Harbaoui (Entreprise Harboui – Construction en pierre)


Interns ENIT: Hamza Louhichi, Abderrahmen Snegria, Snen Syrine

Interns UIK: Dorrine Nasri (Artisanat Tunisien)

Interns ENAU: Kaouther Moussa, Khaoula Bahroun


Digital Artist: Abderrahmen Ezzine


About Sarah Majida Toumi 

Sarah Toumi is changing the agricultural sector in the Arab Maghreb subregion by introducing a new holistic farming approach to fight desertification. Her approach shifts the focus of the sector towards alternative, natural, plant-based irrigation complemented by crops that fit the local context; in addition, she creates a change movement through which farmers adopt new and sustainable farming techniques and organize themselves into cooperatives, in order to manage the entire new farming cycle.


In 2012 Toumi founded the project "Acacias for All" to fight the ongoing desertification in the country. In Bir Salah, where her grandfather lived and where she realized the impact on a long time that desertification and lack of water had on the surrounding lands. She also found the effect this has on local women, who are led to take up low-paying jobs in the cities.


Toumi is adapting its project to allow local farmers to use acacias to generate income through the sale of gum and oil extracted from drought-resistant acacia and moringa. Even though she made sure that the first farmers were all women, she realizes that she wants to see gender equality and includes male farmers. For her work on this project,

She is the only Arab or African woman on the 2016 list of 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs published by Forbes magazine. The project is subsequently called 1milliontre4Tunisia, while Toumi becomes one of thirty winners of the Rolex Awards for Enterprise 2016 and the first representative of his country to win. It considers that the use of trees to combat desertification is applicable on a global scale.


On August 29, 2017, she was appointed to the Presidential Council for Africa by French President Emmanuel Macron. On November 25, she received the Takreem Prize for Environmental Development and Sustainability in Amman.


Sarah Toumi’s adventure in social entrepreneurship started very early. Sarah has been in the community sector since the age of 11. She worked in Tunisia with her father in the association ACPE, then for the international organization Taking IT Global, before creating the association Dream Of Tunisia which she will be president from 2008 to 2012.

Sarah Toumi’s goal is to transform her father’s village, Bir Salah, into a sustainable village where every child, every woman, finds a space to flourish culturally socially, economically. She is one of those people who has the vision and leadership to change the world, and the world recognizes her for her commitment to the social and solidarity economy.

The Agora is part of this vision.

 

About Philippe Barrière Collective (PB+Co)

In the light of environmental crisis and globalization architecture is becoming indispensable as an instrument to reconcile man with his (cultural, social and environmental) milieu, by either reinvesting in this milieu to mitigate the structural deficiencies and/or by fostering its recovery. Taking this view, architecture is an ongoing experiment that constantly adjusts to contextual needs, implementing the new strategic and innovative interventions necessary to improve on man’s milieu; a process that redefines architecture.


This approach provokes architecture to become a threshold over which or, a “channel” through which to renegotiate the relation between man and nature and a “focal point” for reducing the imbalance between extremes (social and environmental). Architecture becomes second nature, man’s link between human nature, environment and society guaranteeing equilibrium and integrity even in the midst of the crises that transformed them.


Therefore what drives our specific approach to designing projects are some of the unanswered questions being posed in their environment. These questions force us to better understand our hopes and the need for change, both which must guarantee progress and emancipation. Each project aims to contribute to defining this hope and to avoiding potential constraints by answering them.


The process creates architecture which is built on concepts that are based on the beneficial effects they will have on the direct environment. Instead of being part of a problem it represents a part of a solution.


For the critic Joan Ockman the Collective work “takes on the contradictions of today without being so naïve as to try to surmount them, and without being so cynical as to merely parody them. The work acknowledges that we are what we consume, and it takes responsibility for this. … The name for such an approach to architecture is radical realism. Philippe Barrière is its magician and surgeon.”— Repositioning and the Relation Between Man and Nature.


Challenging both theory and practice, the Philippe Barrière Collective (PB+CO) has developed a forward-thinking expertise addressing suburbanization (i.e. ParkUrbia), the Interstate Highway System (i.e. Infrastructure Architecture), social and humanitarian issues such as homelessness, refugee camps and health crises. More recently it has developed the concept of Hybrid Architecture (i.e. High-Low Tech) in the Maghreb.


The Collective integrates highly competent specialists and manufacturers early in the design process to develop simple, efficient, practical and highly sophisticated cutting edge solutions. It has developed a long time working relation with the renown engineering and fabrication company like A. Zahner Co. and called out aerospace technology manufacture specialists (Beechcraft, Cessna, Boeing) for innovative technical solutions, as well as the one for local artisan specialist in brick vaults or stone walls.

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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -   The design is guided by principles of Hybrid Architecte where traditional construction, natural eco-systems, and digital networks are integrated by design. The use of steel is minimized through an innovative lightweight&nbsp; column structure and a light roof canopy.<br>Outdoors curtains protect from the sun and the rain according to the need.  - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
The design is guided by principles of Hybrid Architecte where traditional construction, natural eco-systems, and digital networks are integrated by design. The use of steel is minimized through an innovative lightweight  column structure and a light roof canopy.
Outdoors curtains protect from the sun and the rain according to the need.
Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture - The multipurpose facility can accommodate several fonctions at the same time&nbsp; in an indoor setting, outdoor&nbsp; and in sheltered areas under the soft canopy (totally opened to the outside). They offer all very different settings&nbsp; which warranty its capacity of fitting different needs. - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadi
The multipurpose facility can accommodate several fonctions at the same time  in an indoor setting, outdoor  and in sheltered areas under the soft canopy (totally opened to the outside). They offer all very different settings  which warranty its capacity of fitting different needs.
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  View of the bus stop and of the entrance gate of the Community Center.<br>The welcoming terrace functions as a main stage to enjoy the beautiful landscape rolling gently without any obstruction towards the horizon line (see landscape picture).<br>  - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
View of the bus stop and of the entrance gate of the Community Center.
The welcoming terrace functions as a main stage to enjoy the beautiful landscape rolling gently without any obstruction towards the horizon line (see landscape picture).
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Changes in the color of LED lighting in roof canopy, creates a new civic landmark in the rural landscape<br>   - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
Changes in the color of LED lighting in roof canopy, creates a new civic landmark in the rural landscape
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture - The terrace that dominates the panorama of the region is protected by a plant arbor that protects from the sun heat in summer and&nbsp; in winter, when the leaves have fallen, allows to warm up in the sun.<br>  - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
The terrace that dominates the panorama of the region is protected by a plant arbor that protects from the sun heat in summer and  in winter, when the leaves have fallen, allows to warm up in the sun.
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -     Eco Habitat Hybrid with Multiple Uses: (surface: 1614 m2). Alternative collective housing model of hybrid construction (tradition/innovation) that can serve as an example to revitalize rural areas and small towns in the regions. <br>This model takes into account the achievements of traditional construction and local materials with those of innovation related to new technologies and new materials to bring them back to local standards.<br><br>Ground Floor: Shops and services- (4310&nbsp; SQF) <br>- Medical practice (dentist-general practitioner-gynecologist) &nbsp;<br>- Pharmacy (nurse consultation) <br>- Handicraft shop / grocery store.&nbsp;<br>- Mini Market organic products produced on the spot. <br><br> Housing units on 3 floors: 7 apartments (1183) SQF)&nbsp;<br>- 3 Studios (area: 1010) <br>- 2, 4 rooms (2/3 bedrooms, area: 1650 SQF) <br>- 2 Duplex (4/5 bedrooms, area: 2710 SQF)     - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
Eco Habitat Hybrid with Multiple Uses: (surface: 1614 m2). Alternative collective housing model of hybrid construction (tradition/innovation) that can serve as an example to revitalize rural areas and small towns in the regions.
This model takes into account the achievements of traditional construction and local materials with those of innovation related to new technologies and new materials to bring them back to local standards.

Ground Floor: Shops and services- (4310  SQF)
- Medical practice (dentist-general practitioner-gynecologist)  
- Pharmacy (nurse consultation)
- Handicraft shop / grocery store. 
- Mini Market organic products produced on the spot.

Housing units on 3 floors: 7 apartments (1183) SQF) 
- 3 Studios (area: 1010)
- 2, 4 rooms (2/3 bedrooms, area: 1650 SQF)
- 2 Duplex (4/5 bedrooms, area: 2710 SQF)
Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Internet Coffee Shop Restaurant (multi purpose rural space: wedding, social and public meetings, conference area (ground floor) etc...).&nbsp;<br>Renovation and expansion of an existing slaughterhouse (the walls and the building are preserved).<br>The upper part of the coffee shop dominate the landscape. The most private part is protected by walls<br><br>Surface:&nbsp;8675,71 SQF<br>Café/restaurant&nbsp;&nbsp;2 floors and ground floor (6270SQF)<br>Services: 1290 SF<br>Shaded enclosed garden : 4010 SQF<br>     - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida&nbsp;
Internet Coffee Shop Restaurant (multi purpose rural space: wedding, social and public meetings, conference area (ground floor) etc...). 
Renovation and expansion of an existing slaughterhouse (the walls and the building are preserved).
The upper part of the coffee shop dominate the landscape. The most private part is protected by walls

Surface: 8675,71 SQF
Café/restaurant  2 floors and ground floor (6270SQF)
Services: 1290 SF
Shaded enclosed garden : 4010 SQF
Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida 
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Front view: <br>-&nbsp;&nbsp;organic market opening on the public park (along the wall of the local association). <br><br> Behind the walls and in the foreground: <br>- Roof&nbsp; top addition of the existing nursery training workshops and craft production (sewing, weaving, painting, basketry, carpentry, pottery) (1620 SQF)).&nbsp;<br>- Facing the park housing the shops and services.<br>- In the background, community housing for visitors and trainees on the roof of the existing cultural center belonging to the Association.<br>  - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
Front view:
-  organic market opening on the public park (along the wall of the local association).

Behind the walls and in the foreground:
- Roof  top addition of the existing nursery training workshops and craft production (sewing, weaving, painting, basketry, carpentry, pottery) (1620 SQF)). 
- Facing the park housing the shops and services.
- In the background, community housing for visitors and trainees on the roof of the existing cultural center belonging to the Association.
Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture - The building belongs to the landscape design to emphasize the landscape’s qualities. This pavillon can be seen as "follie", though follies were built for visual effect alone, but like him they werew intended to improve or complete the natural setting.<br> - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
The building belongs to the landscape design to emphasize the landscape’s qualities. This pavillon can be seen as "follie", though follies were built for visual effect alone, but like him they werew intended to improve or complete the natural setting.
Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  The upper floor fonctions like a Gazebo, lookout or&nbsp;belvédère&nbsp;in the form of a turret, cupola, or&nbsp;garden&nbsp;house set on a height to give an extensive view.&nbsp;<br> As a structured form, part of garden history: it is the “viewing pavilion”.  - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
The upper floor fonctions like a Gazebo, lookout or belvédère in the form of a turret, cupola, or garden house set on a height to give an extensive view. 
As a structured form, part of garden history: it is the “viewing pavilion”.
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -   The Agora designed for a rural environment is a space for civic exchange offering services to the local community and allowing manging modes of production (organic agriculture, crafts) - and offering spaces for education and creation (artistic and craft). <br><br> It is a new model to facilitate rural development in the regions. Its aim is to be a meeting place where innovation and tradition complement each other to foster revitalization, diversification and empowerment of regions. This compatibility makes it possible to create a new middle point of balance between civic, social, economic, cultural, educational and environmental.   - Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
The Agora designed for a rural environment is a space for civic exchange offering services to the local community and allowing manging modes of production (organic agriculture, crafts) - and offering spaces for education and creation (artistic and craft).

It is a new model to facilitate rural development in the regions. Its aim is to be a meeting place where innovation and tradition complement each other to foster revitalization, diversification and empowerment of regions. This compatibility makes it possible to create a new middle point of balance between civic, social, economic, cultural, educational and environmental.
Photo credit: Yosri Boukadida
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -   Google map of the site, with a high school on the right side and a train track on the left and a cluster of houses on the upper right.&nbsp; Sarah Mag Toumi Center is in white at the center of the image. The Internet cafe is in green.<br>   - Photo credit: Google map - Philippe Barriere Collective (PB+co)
Google map of the site, with a high school on the right side and a train track on the left and a cluster of houses on the upper right.  Sarah Mag Toumi Center is in white at the center of the image. The Internet cafe is in green.
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -   Landscape which can been seen from the top floor of the Coffeshop.  - Photo credit: Ibrahim Abbassi - Asma Haddouck (Philippe Barriere Collective)
Landscape which can been seen from the top floor of the Coffeshop.
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Existing condition  - Photo credit: google map
Existing condition
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Coffee Shop axonometry  - Photo credit: Philippe Barrière Collective
Coffee Shop axonometry
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Slaughter House, existing condition, inside courtyard.&nbsp;  - Photo credit:  Ibrahim Abbassi - Asma Haddouck (Philippe Barrière Collective)
Slaughter House, existing condition, inside courtyard. 
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -   Sarah mag toumi planting moringa trees in her fields  - Photo credit: Highlights&nbsp;
Sarah mag toumi planting moringa trees in her fields
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Sarah Mag Toumi and President Emmanuel Macron at the Palais de l'Élysée  - Photo credit: Journal Le Monde
Sarah Mag Toumi and President Emmanuel Macron at the Palais de l'Élysée
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -   Sarah Mag Toumi et Philippe Barriere in the olive grove of Sarah Mag Toumi Association (Bir Sallah)   - Photo credit:  Asma Haddouck - Ibrahim Abbassi&nbsp; (Philippe Barrière Collective)
Sarah Mag Toumi et Philippe Barriere in the olive grove of Sarah Mag Toumi Association (Bir Sallah)
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Press kit | 1136-07 - Press release | Sarah Mag Toumi Rural Agora for Bir Sallah(El Hencha), Tunisia - Philippe Barriere Collective Tn (PB+Co) - Commercial Architecture -  Philippe Barriere  - Photo credit:  Brigitte Messier
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