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Conservatoire Claude Debussy, Paris, France

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The Conservatoire Claude Debussy, municipal conservatory of music, dance and dramatic arts in the 17th Arrondissement of the city of Paris, is inserted at the interface of a number of architectural styles related to the built heritage of the city. The Conservatoire thus becomes the beginning of a new fringe built on rue de Courcelles.

Architectural dialogue with the city: dance studios in the upper part, largely glazed, create a signature for the building, they are detached with a volume that responds to the residential buildings to the north and the south.  The copper facade has lends a movement which folds upwards and the perforations create a dialogue with the surrounding buildings.

The Conservatoire is designed from the inside to the outside: it is a place of exchange, emulation and aspiration.  This idea led the project from the viewing room, salon Mstislav Rostropovich, in its center, to the practice rooms for musical training.

A place where you can play, learn, dance, create.

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Building

Owner: 
Mairie de Paris (17e)
Completion date: 
2013
Country: 
France
Zip code: 
75017
City: 
Paris
Street: 
222, rue de Courcelles
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Categories

Applications: 
Facades
Facades/cassettes
Facades/fascia
Facades/panels
Facades/Part seams
Shading
Transparent structures
Window
Type of building: 
Cultural
Copper used: 
Classic
Estate: 
New

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