Brasserie Les Harasa, Strasbourg: the embrace of wooden strips

Redevelopment and reuse are the main issues in this project carried out by the French studio Jouin Manku for the spaces of the Brasserie “Les Harasa” in Strasbourg (France). The project combines creativity and innovation for the redevelopment of the space of a former eighteenth century stud farm: oak wood strips form a curved staircase.   Photo credits: Hélène Hilaire

The new urban protagonist: the library

First post to show an example of excellence in architecture which is nice, functional and that upgrades the urban environment in which it is inserted so as it promises on paper, capable of becoming a reference point for culture, leisure and play of a city . The building in question is the new library / … Continue reading