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« Construction is a very short time in the life of the building. However, as with the conception of our children, it is the key moment of DNA transmission for this organism that will be born to live.


Future projects must be visionary, creating versatile spaces that adapt to changing needs while minimizing their environmental impact. They must be designed as living environments, offering flexibility and functionality to meet changing lifestyles. By incorporating high ecological standards, they will reduce their carbon footprint through sustainable materials and environmentally friendly building practices.

These dynamic and sustainable spaces will be essential for a society in constant evolution, preserving the planet for future generations.

By encouraging the creation of areas of exchange and sharing, we cultivate communities where people support each other, reducing inequalities and strengthening social ties. The Third-Places are spaces of convergence promoting intergenerational collaboration, creativity and collaborative learning. This approach promotes a supportive and sustainable lifestyle, strengthening community ties and creating more humane urban environments. It aims to build resilient and inclusive communities where everyone can contribute to a better collective future. 


Low-tech encourages simple and affordable approaches, reducing construction costs and the ecological footprint. By designing multi-use frameworks and promoting reuse and recycling, it minimizes construction waste. Incorporating the benefits of nature, it improves the quality of life while preserving local ecosystems and fighting climate change. In short, this approach offers an innovative and sustainable solution to the challenges of modern construction, combining economic efficiency, environmental sustainability and respect for nature.

By reintegrating nature into urban spaces, we promote the development of local ecosystems, reducing heat islands and offering areas of freshness. This encourages coexistence between humans and biodiversity, preserving local species and creating ecological corridors. This approach strengthens the autonomy of urban communities through self-construction and responsible resource management, while promoting sustainable lifestyles. The integration of urban agriculture transforms cities into productive ecosystems, fostering resilience and conviviality.  This restitution to the nature of urban spaces offers environmental and social benefits, improving the well-being of city dwellers.

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