Lycée Régional René Goscinny

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Lycée Régional René Goscinny

This project tells stories of valleys, mountains, water. The water flowing through the Paillon shapes the landscape, draws islands, and brings us to a total landscape, designed by time, shaped by water. It also discusses the foothills of fortified villages, the islands of the river, the terraces planted the hinterland, the minerality of the Alpine valleys.

Our project consists of a new site with territorial narrative. This is after reading the context, constraints and identity. The project affirms its integration into the valley and its inclusion in the continuity strips surrounding the village. Its high position provides protection from flooding and noise from the quarry and the railway. Its location in the north of the plot aims to provide a larger living space to the south. Meeting these strong themes, the school becomes a stakeholder in the life of the neighborhood, the site develops new practices and offers residents a new perspective on local architecture reinvented.

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