Tag Archives: 3D architecture Model

Château de Champs-sur-Marne – 2015

The Champs-sur-Marne Castle is the only National Monument that is furnished. Beyond its exterior envelope, corresponding to a private hotel of the 18th century, it was essential for us to underline the beauty of the interiors and the particularity of the half-levels. Read More

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Tastmodell Amphitheater Nîmes

Arena of Nîmes – 2016

The arena of Nîmes, dating from Roman times, were reproduced as a tactile model of one metre diameter, with a sectional view detailing the bleachers plan. The goal was to make everybody understand the complex organisation of the construction and in particular its dual circulation system, allowing spectators to join one of the four zones of the bleachers. Read More

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Bibliothèque Nationale de France – Paris – 2015

Conceived by the Bibliotheque François Mitterrand, drafts for a tactile orientation plan were handed over to Tactile Studio for the fabrication process. A long plan of 1,8 m long explains the library’s hall to visitors. 23 buttons offer audio comments. Finally a model of the library’s famous towers gives a full 3D impression of the architecture. Aluminium and black and green materials were selected to be consistent and in harmony with the furnishings around it. Read More

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Tastmodell Schloss Azay-le-Rideau

Azay-le-Rideau – Palace – Loire Valley – 2015

The construction of the Palace of Azay-le-Rideau, set on an island in the middle of the river Indre, started under the reign of Francis I of France in the 16th century. Its successive owners brought changes and renovations to the initial building, like a renaissance-style north facade, an english-style garden, a salon decorated in 19th-century style, a water mirror to the south facade completed in the 20th century… Read More

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Tastmodell des Museums Quai Branly

Museum Quai Branly – Paris – 2013

Three objects on altuglas were conceived to facilitate the understanding of the museum building and its integration into the urban fabric. A site plan gives information about the immediate environment of the museum Quai Branly. A monochrome architectural model presents the building, its grass-covered facades and its garden. It particularly helps to understand that the form of the building itself embraces the space available between the surrounding buildings while fully respecting the urban planning and building standards. Read More

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