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Manuelle Gautrand Architecture : Leading Architects, Hardback Book

Manuelle Gautrand Architecture : Leading Architects Hardback

Edited by Driss Fatih

Part of the Leading Architects series



Manuelle Gautrand Architecture is a Parisian-based architecture firm founded by Manuelle Gautrand in 1991, sited in the Bastille neighbourhood of this exquisite European city.

The firm's key aim is to 're-enchant the city' of Paris by evoking emotion, reinventing spaces, and garnering renewal and innovation - to be bold and definitive.

At the core of Gautrand's creativity lies the approach to each new project through the spirit of a blank canvas, with no a priori.

Yet, each of the project that this firm produces expresses a specific relationship to the site: a desire to revive it and enchant; a deep commitment to working on programs entrusted to the firm; ensure efficiency, flexibility and surprise.

Each project is a unique and symbolic encounter. Fuelled by shared ideas and prominent for its breadth of practice, this book documents the comprehensive collection of Manuelle Gautrand Architecture's design solutions.

It celebrates the intuitive and stunning designs, and the firm's commitment to beauty, revival, boldness and precision.




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