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Le Nuage in Montpellier by Philippe Starck

Architecture | September 9, 2015 |

Conception lumière Nuage 05_2015Image Courtesy of Philippe Starck

Le Nuage in Montpellier by Philippe Starck

Le Nuage is the first inflatable private building in Europe. It is an extraordinary construction, ethical and poetical.

le_nuage_profil_montpellierImage Courtesy of Philippe Starck

It is a bubble of 3000 sqm of facilities and services, dedicated to health and well-being. Four villages are articulated around the four floors of the building to centralize in one place all the expectations of people who care for a healthy and fulfilling life.

ob_d1add0_20150125-181432Image Courtesy of Philippe Starck

Philip Stark believes that “The heart of the subject is life”, and we need to surround it with the less possible. Built a simple shelf, in which elements are flexible to adapt to the different rhythms of life. Le Nuage is a vertical village that carries the elegance of those who live there. “

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