French Talks 2012: Urban Dialogues
27 October, 19:00
Anne-Françoise Jumeau, Peripheriques Architectes
Creating a City: Residential Space within the Metropolis
Peripheriques Architectes is a collaboration between Martin + Trottin Office and Françoise Jumeau architectes/afja. The agency was founded fifteen years ago, dedicated primarily to housing and urban development. Their residential developments are often transformed into urban projects, and the architects’ practice shifts from individual buildings to large-scale urban environments. Aside from residential properties, the agency also works on major projects for the design of public spaces, creating areas for living and culture. The agency’s founders believe that an intelligent approach to design is the cornerstone of architecture. This talk will explore the formation of residential areas in big cities, and provide ways to avoid monotony and homogeny in newly formed urban spaces.
Admission to all lectures is free.
Venue: British Higher School of Art and Design, ARTPLAY Design Center, 10, Bld. 3, N. Syromyatnicheskaya Street, 5th Floor (Room 5.11)
French Talks is an annual series of public lectures given by representatives from leading institutions in the fields of contemporary art, design and architecture in France. Organized by Garage, with the kind support of the Embassy of France in Russia and of the French Institute in Russia, French Talks aims to introduce Russian audiences to the achievements and the on-going development of cultural life, art and design in France.
MARCH (Moscow School of Architecture). MARCH is an independent school of architecture in Moscow, developed in partnership with the British Higher School of Art and Design (Moscow) and London Metropolitan University (UK). MARCH’s master’s degree program was jointly established with the Department of Architecture and Spatial Design at the London Metropolitan University. The school’s Director is architect, educator and social activist Yevgeny Asse.