THE STATION OF THE WEEK. Following the series on the 68 future of the Grand Paris Express, with the train station Châtillon-Montrouge in the Hauts-de-Seine by the agency Devices. The architect David Trottin wished to enhance the value of the equivalent depth of 30 meters.
Following our series on the 68 future stations of the Grand Paris Express, in the direction of the Hauts-de-Seine station, Chatillon-Montrouge imagined on the line 15 South by the agency Devices Architects. It is in front of a packed room, the House of architecture in Ile-de-France*, that the architect David Trottin, was presented, on July 5, 2017, prior to the presentation of Kengo Kuma, the last contours of its three train stations, all designed on the line 15 South. After, in effect, have explained the basics of the Agnettes located between Gennevilliers and Asnières-sur-Seine, or Grésillons, Ermont-Eaubonne on the territory of Gennevilliers, the architect has developed at length the design of Châtillon-Montrouge.
- Here is what it will look like the future train station of the Grand Paris, Villejuif-Louis-Aragon
- Here is what it will look like the future train station of the Grand Paris Issy-RER”
“A railway station built to 30.3 meters of depth”, David Trottin
“Châtillon-Montrouge, one of the first 16 stations out of the earth before 2022, will be built to 30.3 metres depth and ensure the correspondence with the line 13 of the metro, the tramway T6 “, explained David Trottin. In detail, it will be established in Montrouge, between avenue Jean-Jaurès, and Marx-Dormoy. The station Châtillon – Montrouge to be in direct contact with the communes of Châtillon, Bagneux and Malakoff. “She will be finally at the crossroads to the bus station and the metro station of the line 13”, adds the designer.
While 38.000 live in a radius of 1 km around this station, “this will be almost 95.000 travellers who are destined, in the long term, every day”, had pointed to the July 5, 2017, the Société du Grand Paris (SGP). The first civil engineering work should start soon.
About the approach of his agency, in conjunction with Anne-Françoise Jumeau Architects and Marin + Trottin Architects, it has not changed since its creation. She is sitting on “an evolving structure which explores the production of architecture and urban planning since 20 years.”
A result of this series next week with the future train station of Pont-de-Bondy, located in limit of the communes of Bobigny, Bondy, and Noisy-le-Sec (Seine-Saint-Denis) on line 15, and designed by the Danish architect Bjarke Ingels of the agency Bjarke Ingels Group associated with the agency Silvio d’ascia Architecture.
Check out page 2, the sequel of the article dedicated to the station Châtillon-Montrouge (Hauts-de-Seine)
- Kengo Kuma reinterprets the “station hill”, in Saint-Denis-Pleyel
- Check out the future train station of the Grand Paris “Le Bourget”
*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 11 stations 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.
-The station the Green Houses designed between Alfortville and Maisons-Alfort (Val-de-Marne, france) by Denis Valode.
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