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Our selection for the 2021 European Heritage Days

By 17 September 2021June 20th, 2023No Comments

For this 38th edition of the European Heritage Days, the Architecture de Collection team unveils its selection of not-to-be-missed events!

Tour : “Le Corbusier in Boulogne-Billancourt: five major works”.

Le Corbusier’s works in Boulogne-Billancourt include the Molitor building, which has been on the World Heritage List since 2016. The walk invites you to discover this heritage and understand what is at stake in this exceptional international recognition.

Meeting point in front of the Molitor building
23 rue de la Tourelle 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Métro: Porte de Saint-Cloud (9) and Exelmans (9) Bus: La Tourelle stop (52) and (72)

T : 01 41 41 54 54

Outdoor guided tour of the Maison du Peuple in Clichy

The Quartier Maison du Peuple association will take you on a tour of the iconic “Maison du Peuple” building, inaugurated in 1939 and designed by architects Beaudouin and Lods with engineers Prouvé and Bodiansky.As you stroll around the Maison du Peuple, we’ll be taking you back over the history of how it was used throughout the 20th century.

Approx. 30 min visit

“Space conquests” exhibition

Organised by the Annecy CAUE, this exhibition is a continuation of the first exhibition of forward-looking architecture held at the museum in 1965, “L’œuf de Novery”, which featured a model of an ovoid plastic house by Pascal Häusermann and Bruno Camoletti.

Musée des Granges de Servette
Chens-sur-Léman (74)

Visit IMArchitecture

An architectural tour of the Institut du Monde Arabe building, a heritage site of contemporary architecture designed by Jean Nouvel in association with Pierre Soria, Gilbert Lézenès and Architecture Studio. Participants will discover the many references to the Arab city against a backdrop of dialogue between East and West.

Institut du Monde Arabe
1 rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard 75005 Paris
Free on reservation

Free visit of the Julien Recourt collection

A piece of heritage from the all-plastic era: this collection brings together a large number of modular sculpture-architectures from the 1970s, and other prefabricated concepts.

Pavé de Mézières 45270 Juranville

Free admission

“Architectures sans frontières” guided tour

The Cité internationale is a veritable open-air architectural exhibition. Regional, modern or sustainable, its houses offer a diversity of styles that is unique in Paris. You’ll be amazed by the work of some of the world’s greatest architects, including Le Corbusier, Laprade and Parent.

This guided tour allows you to discover the history of the Cité internationale through its architectural heritage. At each session, you’ll be shown the outside of several country houses representing a style that is emblematic of the 20th century.

Cité internationale universitaire de Paris – Collège franco-britannique
9B Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France

RDV at 2pm, 4pm and 5pm in the garden of the Collège Franco-Britannique