Green Houses, a station of the Grand Paris in the tradition of the careers




THE STATION OF THE WEEK. Following the series on the 68 future of the Grand Paris Express with the station in The Green Houses designed between Alfortville and Maisons-Alfort (Val-de-Marne, france) by Denis Valode. From the standpoint of avoiding the urban sprawl, the architect wished to dug the ground at 37 meters deep in the spirit of the old quarries of Maisons-Alfort.
Following our series on the 68 future stations of the Grand Paris Express, in the direction of the Val-de-Marne with the station in The Green Houses imagined on the line 15 South by the architectural firm Valode et Pistre. It is in front of a packed room, the House of architecture in Ile-de-France*, that the architect Denis Valode, has submitted, on June 7, 2017, the last contours of his second station of the future Grand Paris Express located always in the Val-de-Marne, but this time between Alfortville and Maisons-Alfort. Actually, the architect associated with Jean Pistre we had previously announced the project of the station of Les Ardoines in Vitry-sur-Seine (Val-de-Marne).
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About the approach of his agency, it has not changed since its creation. “She is sitting on the multidisciplinary approach and the coherence between the engineering, the economy, art and the landscape”, was repeated by Denis Valode front of an audience of architects and students.

 

“A railway station built at 37 meters of depth”

 

“For one of the first 16 stations of the Grand Paris Express to open in 2022, The Green Houses will be built at 37 meters of depth from 28 metres to The Ardoines and ensure correspondence with the existing station of the RER D”, explained Denis Valode. In detail, it will be established at the boundary between Alfortville, in the west, and Maisons-Alfort in the east. In addition, it will be located in the same location as the train station today, under the railway lines near the square Dufourmantelle. While 26.000 live in a radius of 1 km around this station, “this will be about 90,000 travellers who are destined, in the long term, every day”, was stressed by the 7 June, the Société du Grand Paris (SGP). The first civil works are expected mid-August 2017.

A result of this series next week with the future train station Châtillon-Montrouge (Hauts-de-Seine) on line 13, designed by David Trottin in Devices Architects.

Check out page 2, the sequel of the article dedicated to the station the Green Houses Saint-Denis-Pleyel. (Seine-Saint-Denis).
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*Since April 5, 2017, and until next December, architects and planners have made the bet to disclose once a month at the House of architecture in Ile-de-France at the Récollets in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, all the stations of the future metro express of Grand Paris.

 

Rediscover the stations of the Grand Paris Express that we have already presented.

Here are the top 10 stations you have already visited
:
-Fort of Issy-Vanves-Clamart drawn on the line 15 by the architect-urbanist Philippe Gazeau.
-The railway station of Le Bourget RER train performed by Elizabeth de Portzamparc served by lines 16 and 17
-Villejuif Louis Aragon (Val-de-Marne), designed on the line 15 by the architect-urbanist Philippe Gazeau
-Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis), designed on the line 15 Is by the architect Ludovica Di Falco of the agency SCAPE-Offscape.
-“Issy-RER” (the Hauts-de-Seine), designed on the line 15 South by the architect Jérôme Brunet of the agency Brunet-Saunier.
-“Vitry-centre”, at Vitry-sur-Seine (Val-de-Marne), designed on the line 15 South by the atelier d’architecture King Kong, based in Bordeaux
– “Courneuve Six Routes” in Seine-Saint-Denis, designed on the lines 16 and 17 by the architectural firm Chartier-Dalix.
– “Arcueil-Cachan” (Val-de-Marne), designed on the line 15 South by the architect Jean-Pierre Vaysse of the agency Ar-Theme Associated
-The station of Les Ardoines (Val-de-Marne), designed on the line 15 South by the architect Denis Valode from the firm of architects Valode and Pistre.
-The station of Saint-Denis-Pleyel (Seine-Saint-Denis), which was designed in Seine-Saint-Denis by the architect Kengo Kuma.

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