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Festival des Architectures Vives 2022 : Teams and Projects
Curated by Aline Chahine |
April 28, 2022
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The FAV will take place from 14th-19th June 2022 in Montpellier / Free entrance from 9 am to 7 pm (2 pm to 7 pm the 14th)
Each year a call for submissions is launched in September and the jury selects 10 teams.
From the 14th to the 19th of June, in the historical center of Montpellier, France, each of 10 teams will realize an installation based on the theme of “Impermanence”.
Each installation created by a team of architects allows the work of a younger generation to be highlighted, which is inventing, experimenting with, and exploring new environmental designs. The festival offers them the opportunity to realize an installation in the heart of the prestigious and remarkable courses and mansions opened for the event, with each one opening a dialogue between heritage and contemporary architecture installations.
The teams and the projects
Entre deux valses
AMBLA : Morgane BERSON, Karen LE CORROLLER, Maxime MOLINARI Marseille - Béziers | France
Chiara Vigneri & François Chantier Berlin | Germany
L’ILLUSION DE LA PERMANENCE
Atelier VYà : GAUQUELIN Achille & BOSSARD Timothée Paris || France
PAYSAGE EN SUSPENS
BoON Architecture + mock up : Jean-Nicolas Bouchard, Julie Bradette, Hugo Thibeaudeau, Véronique Côté
Quebec || Canada
Alek Rokosz Cracovie || Pologne
LA MAUVAISE HERBE NE MEURT JAMAIS
Atelier Mobile : Cristiano Tosco, Miriam Quassolo, Corrado Scudellaro, Fabrizia Muci, Francesco Paolo Rolfo Turin || Italie
Malo Chabrol, Lucas Buti MB.O : Joan BARDY, Jean ORLIAC Barcelona || Spain
The FAV will take place from 14th-19th June 2022 in Montpellier, France. Free entry from 9am to 7pm (2pm to 7pm on the 14th).
About Festival des Architectures Vives (FAV) The Festival des Architectures Vives is a public architectural exhibition. Visitors have been able to discover or rediscover the historical landmarks of the city of Montpellier since 2006. The event invites visitors to interact with the rich heritage by offering installations scattered around the city. In Montpellier, it takes place in the historic town and offers a path connecting mansions and courtyards, mostly private, that are usually not accessible to visitors.