Lively Architecture Festival aims to raise public awareness of the wide range of architecture. It seeks not only to highlight the work of a younger generation of architects, landscape architects, urban planners but also to discover unexpected urban areas.
Two targets are set. On the one hand, open to visitors during the festival these landmarks. On the other hand, through the intervention of the creative teams present a work specific to each place and reveal an intimate relationship between contemporary architecture and heritage sites. This Festival proposes 10 sites where the facilities takes place on the thematic “Emotion” for this 12th edition of the Festival des Architectures Vives in Montpellier.
These achievements ephemeral small-scale projects, take possession of the sites during the festival.
With the "Emotion” thematic, 10 teams have been selected and will present their installation through a route in the city of Montpellier.
You will discover the 10 installation of the young architects in the city center of Montpellier:
Lucia Martinez Pluchino and Raquel Duran Puente
Bordeaux // France
The team Ben-Dao // Sélim Bennis et Mahdi Daoudi Nejm
Paris // France
The team ODD // Mairi Ogilvie, Caroline Diaz et Laurianne Dupont
Montpellier // France and Londres // Grande-Bretagne
Maria Anton Barco, Maria Salan and Maria Ramos
Madrid // Espagne
Collectif Commun // Sophia Villlepinte and Jeanne Bénony
Paris // France
Atelier MicroMega // Justine Guyard, Alexandre Lahaye, Charlie Granjon, Thomas Pourteyroux and Gauthier Martinez
Lyon // France
Pistachoffice // Daniel Martin-De Rios and Francisco Vilar Navarro
Rotterdam // Pays-Bas
Studio 3A // kazuya Katagri, Luis Lopez Resendez and marco Budéus
Tokyo // Japon, Hambourg // Allemagne, Monterrey // Mexique
Nantes // France
Collectif Pourquoi Pas // Etienne Fressonet, Amandine Riou, Pauline Sémon, Benjamin Poignon and Benoît Bret
Selected by the Festival, the architects who will realize the pavillion of information are the team ONA composed by Maxime Agred, Quentin Giraud, Jean-Baptiste Blondel, and Julien Gueganou graduated by the school of architecture of Montpellier.
The information pavillion will welcome you from 7th to 18th June 2017 at Hôtel Saint Côme of Montpellier.
The FAV will be held from 13th to 18th June 2017 at Montpellier / Free entry from 9am to 7pm.