THE STATION OF THE WEEK. Following the series on the 68 future of the Grand Paris Express, with the train station Champigny Centre (Val-de-Marne) imagined on the line 15 South by the architect Thomas Richez. He has chosen to take inside the station on all the walls, the stone of millstone, so characteristic of the houses in the banks of the Marne.
Following our series on the 68 future stations of the Grand Paris Express, the direction of new the Val-de-Marne with the train station of Champigny Centre imagined on the line 15 South by the agence Richez Associés.
- Here is what it will look like the future train station of the Grand Paris, Villejuif-Louis-Aragon
- Here is what will be the contours of the future train station of the Grand Paris Bondy
It is in front of a hall fully packed, the House of architecture in Ile-de-France*, that the architect Thomas Richez, was unveiled on July 5, 2017, prior to the presentation of David Trottin and Kengo Kuma the last strokes of its four projects of the Grand Paris Express. After, in effect, have explained the basics of the Bry-Villiers Champigny, the future industrial centre of Champigny, site, storage of oars, and PCC from the line 15, or the train station of Massy-Palaiseau (line 18), the architect is a focus on the design of Champigny Centre.
The stone of the banks of the Marne will cover the walls of the train station
“Champigny Centre will be an important station of the Grand Paris Express, because it will ensure the connection between the Line 15 South (Pont de Sèvres to Noisy – Champs), and Line 15 Is (Champigny Centre in Saint-Denis Pleyel), which will see the light of day in 2030, had insisted Thomas Richez, in the presence of Philippe Yvin, chairman of the Société du Grand Paris. It will be built to near 20.5 feet deep.”
Put into service in 2023, it will ensure the correspondence with the line 15, thus forming according to the terms used by the SGP, a “ring road” around Paris. “This will be near to 48,000 passengers who pass through the station Champigny Centre each day”, stated the contractor. And about 23,000 people live in a radius of 1 km around this station, which work largely in Paris or Marne-la-Vallée.
An operation of the slipping of large-scale already completed in January
The first large-scale works have started on the 23rd of January 2017, with step spectacular for the operation of slipping of the rail bridge under the tracks of the Great Belt, driven by the SNCF Network, developer and supervisor of the operation. Then come the civil engineering works.
A result of this series at the start of the school devoted to the stations of the Grand Paris Express.
Check out page 2, the sequel of the article dedicated to the station Champigny Centre (Val-de-Marne)
*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.
- The train station Pont-de-Bondy of Grand Paris will take the form of a ribbon knotted
- Check out the future train station of the Grand Paris “Le Bourget”
Rediscover the stations of the Grand Paris Express that we have already presented.
Here are the 13 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.
-The station Châtillon-Montrouge (Val-de-Marne) imagined on the line 15 South by the agency Devices Architects.
-Station Bridge-of-Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis) on line 15 Is designed in Seine-Saint-Denis by the Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and the Italian designer Silvio d’ascia
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