Princesse Tam Tam

UXUS was invited to create a new retail platform for French lingerie brand Princesse Tam Tam. The objective was to design a new shop concept that would elevate the brand’s customer perception and become a platform for a global roll out. The boutique is inspired by the casual chic of a Paris atelier, where found objects and simple frameworks display personal collections. UXUS designed a series of instantly recognizable signature store elements. Customized shop fixtures, laser cut felt Read more [...]
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Bukiya Japanese Shop

This is the renovation project by Archiee for a boutique, located in Paris, that displays and sells traditional Japanese products. Project description: • Simple grid: The project is based on a simple grid of Phillips screws that form the system for displaying the merchandise. There are a total of 377 screws, each having been individually screwed by hand in its allocated point. Each screw is accompanied by a simple clip, which allows the merchandise to be hung to the wall. • Flexibility Read more [...]
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Le 39V Restaurant

Naço Architectures designed an ultra Parisian restaurant in the sky of Paris. As a cosy space that hand in the sky of Paris, the brand new restaurant of the Chef Frédéric Vardon just opened this september in the Golden Triangle, a few steps away from the Champs Elysées. Le 39V, named after is prestigious location in 39 avenue George V in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, is located at the sixth and last floor of glamourous Haussmannian building. Articulated around a courtyard, the circular Read more [...]
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Schenecke House

Atelier d.org designed the house on a slope in Reinhardsmunster, France, linking a living space to the land, which extends onto its roof. Project description: Slopes are considered outstanding locations that allow to think about housing differently: structuring, or re-structuring the so-called “classical” models are eased by allowing variations of the natural flat layout due to the slope. To make the most of the slope, the layout of the proposed house is in between a digged in building Read more [...]
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Roche Residence

Atelier Archiplein renovated an old stove farm house located in Rochebaudin, France. Here is the project description: The goal, here, is to sublimate qualities and the feelings already present on the spot. The large gate is the basic element which generates the entire project: its symmetrical is deferred on the northern frontage generating a crossing tube of light. The limit between outside and interior disappears, operating the fusion of nature and built. The space of the ground thus Read more [...]
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Passive House

Krawitz Architecture projected this unique house with a second skin made with bamboo in Bessancourt, near Paris, France. The house is closed to the north to limit heat loss and opened to the south benefitting from free solar energy. Aesthetically, it is an abstract replica of a traditional house. The second skin of untreated bamboo, which becomes grey over time, drew inspiration from traditional barns in the part of the ile-de-france region where the house is situated. It passes in front Read more [...]
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Impression of the Infinite

Impression of the Infinite is a landscape installation created by metamorphOse for the firm Technilum on the occasion of the Heureuse Coincidence, a yearly festival of contemporary architecture. Here is the project description: An installation though doesn’t necessarily involve building new volumes or making a large scale construction. It can also include the notion of modifying a point of view, which will have an impact on the way we perceive a given area; a simple gesture which does Read more [...]
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7 Houses

Located just outside of Paris, Bigoni-Mortemard Architectes projected the seven houses like a small medina around an alley. Four of the houses have their living rooms on the second floor, connected to the sky through a series of terraces leading onto the roof, where a small kitchen has been placed. The contrast between the austerity of the facades and the generosity of dimensions and light of the inner spaces is surprising. The handcrafted finish of the white facades give an almost Mediterranean Read more [...]
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