Wishes for 2023
PROJECTILES wishes you a constructive year!
Redeployment of the Bayeux Tapestry Museum
Projectiles was selected to compete as the lead architect of the grouping for the rehabilitation and expansion of the Bayeux Tapestry Museum, one of the major pieces of French history.
Inauguration of MONTBLANC HAUS in Hamburg. Projectiles designed and delivered all the interiors of the building, the reception, the permanent exhibition, the store, the VIP areas, the archives, the café and the work spaces. The building itself is designed by Nieto Sobejano.
Projectiles is the winner of the consultation for the extension of the Airborne Museum in Sainte-Mère-Église
The 5 teams selected to compete for the creation of Villa Hegra in AlUla are:
Lacaton & Vassal / Lina Ghotmeh / Mossessian Architecture / Studio KO / Projectiles
In the same spirit as the Villa Medici in Rome or the Casa Velasquez in Madrid, the Villa Hegra will be a place of residence, training and diffusion of artistic practices.
Public reception areas of the Château de Fontainebleau won The International Architecture Award, delivered by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture & Design & The European Centre of Architecture Art Design & Urban Studies.
Projectiles delivered Architectural Guidelines as well as the development plan for three specific areas of Masterplan 1, on the exceptional Al-Ula territory, a Nabataean site classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The international competition is won in December 2019 by Projectiles, in association with Agence TER, Concepto, Ensamble, Setec, Franck Boutté Consultants, Aetc and Horwath.
The French agency for the development of AlUla (AFALULA) is accompanying its partner, the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU), in the transformation of the region into a world cultural and tourist destination.
Architect@work Paris 2020 exhibition
Moderated by Jean-Luc Chassais, as part of a "carte blanche" conference given at the Projectiles workshop and organised by the Archinov association, Daniel Mészáros, Reza Azard and Hervé Bouttet evoke, from a cross-eyed perspective, the " Manufacture of Memory ".
The Fontainebleau chandelier designed by Projectiles and produced by La Maison Lucien Gau as part of the modernisation work on the château's reception areas is Dezeen Awards2020's flagged in the 'Lighting Design' category.
19 et 20.09.2020
The 37th edition of European Heritage Days will take place on 19 and 20 September 2020. Come and discover the Château de Villers-Cotterêts, the International City of the French Language. You will understand the challenges of this large-scale project, for which Olivier Weets (Chief Architect of Historic Monuments) currently renovate the castle and Projectiles is the project manager for all interior fittings and scenography.
Projectiles compete for the creation of an architecture and heritage interpretation centre (Ciap's) in Fougère. Schedule's Renderings take place at the end of September 2020.
Projectiles compete for the extension of the International Center of Aubusson Tapestry. Schedule's Renderings take place at the end of October 2020.
PROJECTILES & V+ win the Grand Prix de l'Architecture de Wallonie (GPWA 2019) for the Folklore museum and stand out for their qualities of design, realisation and integration into the surrounding environment in the category ‘City Reconstruction Prize’.
"When the vestiges have disappeared, the museum will remain.”
Projectiles wins the restructuring and extension of the 'D-Day museum' in Arromanches-les-Bains The studio is also in charge of the scenography. The delivery will be in 2023.
The winning team for the project for a major performing arts centre for the Loire-Atlantique region has just notified: agence Caractère Spécial (lead architect) associated with Projectiles (co-contracting architect during the competition and preliminary project stage, then space designer in the development stage), Atelier Roberta (landscaper), Changement à vue (scenographer) and A.I.A (engineering). Together they will carry out the restructuring/extension of "Le Grand T" theatre, in Nantes.
Among the 383 projects, Museum of Folklore and Cross-Border Life (Mouscron, Belgium) is nominated for the prize. Awarded every two years by the European Commission and the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, the Mies van der Rohe Prize rewards the best in contemporary European architectural production.
Inauguration of "Corps et Sports" at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie de Paris, to be held from 16 October 2018 to 5 January 2020. Projectiles carried out the design, production follow-up and integration of the scenography and graphics for the temporary exhibition.
'It is a real rebirth for Lodève, with a scenography offering the visitor 540 million years of history'. After four years of work carried out by the studio, Françoise Nyssen, Minister of Culture, Carole Delga, President of Occitanie, Kléber Mesquida, President of the Hérault Departmental Council, Pierre Leduc, Mayor of the town, inaugurate today, the Lodève museum.
Paris Museum of Modern Art presents MEDUSA, an exhibition of Projectiles that takes a contemporary and fresh look at jewellery, revealing specific taboos. The collection brings together more than 400 pieces of jewellery and focuses on four themes: identity, value, body and ritual.
Projectiles wins a social housing competition for the Régie Immobilière de la Ville de Paris (RIVP), located rue du Château des Rentiers.
The Grand Musée du Parfum just opened in the restored villa on rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré, which used to house the Christian Lacroix fashion designer. Projectiles challenge to reveal the invisible and the immaterial, of showing what does not cling to a cyma, of giving to smell what diffuse and which is one of the jewels of French culture and industry: perfume.
Projectiles wins the silver medal at the International Design and Communication Awards in New York for the best scenography for the travelling exhibition 'The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk'.
Inauguration of the exhibition Lenin, Stalin and Music at the Cité de la Musique, Paris 19th. Produced as part of the 2010 France-Russia Year, the collection called on outstanding loans from the leading museums of Moscow and St Petersburg. Some works exhibit for the first time in France.