Montparnasse by Nouvelle AOM

Co-conception High-rise building In progress Low carbon Mixed use Natural ventilation Nouvelle AOM Paris Renovation Tower Urban farming

Housing units and offices, Nantes

2019 Housing Mixed use Nantes Office Prefabrication Social housing Timber construction Urban farming

Sport facilities and housing, Paris

Housing In progress Low carbon Mixed use Paris Social housing Sport Students Timber construction

Housing, University of Dakar

Campus Dakar In progress International Natural ventilation Students

07/20

New headquarters of Orange in Lyon

Telecomms giant Orange’s new regional headquarters in Lyon’s Part Dieu district has been completed. The official inauguration is plan...[...]

10/20

2024 PARIS OLYMPICS MEDIA VILLAGE

Following Solideo’s architectural competition, we are pleased to announce that we have been selected for the Media Village, which wi...[...]

11/18

Lyon gets its first timber tower

Hardel Le Bihan Architectes won the competition for the first timber tower in Lyon, as well as the timber social ...[...]

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Nouvelle AOM : approach

Interview with Cyrille Le Bihan and Mathurin Hardel, two of the founding partners of Nouvelle AOM

Nouvelle AOM (Franklin Azzi, ChartierDalix and Hardel Le Bihan Architectes) was founded in 2016 to participate in the competition to renovate the Montparnasse Tower. Since then, it has been structured as a fully functioning practice, with several projects underway. Some clarifications on the factors that distinguish its work from that of the three practices of its founding partners, but also on how it is managed alongside the work of each practice.

Étoile Lilas cinema, Paris

2012 Cinema Culture Facility Paris

High-rise office building Paris

High-rise building Office On site Paris Renovation

Apartment hotel, Paris

2017 Facility Hotel Housing Paris Spa

Timber-frame city block, Lyon Confluence

Housing In progress Low carbon Lyon Mixed use Office Social housing Timber construction Tower

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Précieux déjà-là

Photos Schnepp Renou

Rue de la Cour des Noues dans le 20e arrondissement de Paris, l'imprimerie spécialisée en revues d'haltérophilie et cahiers de jeux va être transformée en hôtel par Hardel Le Bihan Architectes. Le bâtiment mêle une structure en béton de 1920 et une structure en acier des années 1970. Pour porter la reprogrammation, notre projet met en scène les éléments de structure existants et les révèle. Un premier pas décisif pour garder l'esprit du lieu.