The Iconic Awards 2016, via German Design Council, have selected Dominique Coulon & associés as Winner in the Architecture, Public Buildings category for the Conservatoire de Musique, Danse et Théâtre Henri Dutilleux
handing over the keys
Dominique Coulon & associés handed over the keys of the Media Library in Thionville on mai 18th 2016 in the presence of Jackie Helfgott, 3rd Deputy Assistant for Culture, Heritage, Tourism and Transportation. This project will be entirely dedicated to culture and creation.
As part of the Palmarès 2015-2016 de l’Architecture et de l’aménagement urbain d’Alsace, organized by the DRAC d’Alsace and the CAUE67, Dominique Coulon & associés has been honored as Lauréat in "educational public buildings" category groupe scolaire Saint-Jean à Strasbourg.
Part of the Trophée Béton, Dominique Coulon will give a lecture titled "Dialogue architectes / artistes / fablab / entreprise". Taking as an example the Conservatoire Henri Dutilleux à Belfort, he will disscus about the link between art and architecture with artists Max Coulon and Gabriel Khokha who acheived the the treatement of the facades
Maison de l’architecture en Ile-de-France, 148 rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75 010 Paris.
Bühne „Wohnen & Quartier“, CONNECT Fläche, Halle 19, Messe Altenpflege 2016, Hannover
Laying the foundation stone
The foundation stone of the future sports hall at the entrance to the Robertsau district, facing the European institutions, was laid on January 30. This new equipment will be equipped with thermal qualities to limit its energy consumption. On a surface of 5000 sqm, the future sporting equipment will include a gymnasium and a multipurpose room. The delivery is scheduled for the school year 2017. In the large room, the ground can be divided into three and accommodate among others: basketball, volleyball, badminton. The floor is designed to accommodate the practice of disabled sports and sports on wheels. In the adjoining room, the ground will be dedicated to dance, gymnastics and martial arts. The local gymnasium will not only be reserved for the 1,200 pupils of the European school, it will also be accessible, outside school time, to the sports training of neighborhood associations.
2 Route de la Wantzenau, 67000 Strasbourg