Marion Talagrand was invited by Jacques Deval to talk during the walk in the Pierrelaye plain to read the natural and built landscape features from which the project of a new forest is based. The walk is part of the "landscape alert" cycle designed to help people understand the (re)construction of the metropolitan landscape, in conjunction with the Greater Paris project.
The whole agency meets at the lake of Saint-Quentin en Yvelines to unwind and discuss about the year past and to draw plans for the coming year in terms of projects, missions, vision and organization. Thanks to Philippe Chavatte for his support!
Within the framework of the NPNRU Grigny Viry-Châtillon, AMT, representative of the Berim- Bassetti professional group, is commissioned by the EPT Grand Orly Seine Bièvre to develop the Urbanism Plan of the Plateau district. Far from the city center, surrounded by impressive infrastructures and neglected over the last few decades, the Plateau district today must regain a diversified residential quality, renew its links with neighboring districts and strengthen its local services in order to enhance its own qualities while participating in the structuring of the Grigny-Viry-Châtillon area.
After 9 months of construction, local residents rediscover the Place Bérault and its new village atmosphere. The generosity of the pedestrian spaces, the elegant and flowery plantations, the large benches, etc., everything invites a daily purpose, following the rhythm of the shops, schools, and the hours of entry and exit from the Bérault metro stop.
AMT presents the Urbanism Plan for the Val-Fourré neighborhood which was completed after a year of work with NPNRU partners. The project, while continuing the requalification actions carried out by the ANRU 1, aims to transform the heart of the district and to establish it as a beaming hub within the city and the territory. The redeveloped market and shops, the restructured facilities, the completed public spaces... orchestrate this transformation.
The city of La Roche-sur-Yon has chosen the project proposed by AMT, representative of a team associating BERIM, IAO SENN and GEODICE, for the requalification of public spaces in the Vigne aux Roses neighborhood district. This district, located at the entrance to the city, is addressed on the major urban axis of the Napoleonic city and bordered by the river that gave it its name. Thus, the public space project encompasses two dimensions: public squares and other public places in the neighborhood and the Yon valley park for the benefit of all Yonnais.
The offer presented by AMT, the representative of the consortium associating Creaspace, Urbatec and Trans Faire, is accepted by EPA Marne. The study aims to relaunch the project for an economic activity zone at a new interchange on the A4. The project will have to articulate economic development and environmental issues of the site. On the one hand, propose a coherent and distinctive offer in a competitive context. On the other hand, give guarantees of its insertion in an ecologically sensitive site.
AMT presents the preliminary project for the redevelopment of the avenue of ‘May 8, 45’ to elected officials of the CU Creusot Monceau. The project is part of a context of urban transformations: the recent opening of a bypass, the ongoing urban renovation of the Lake and Tennis districts, the upcoming transformation of the commercial sectors at the entrance to the city. The ‘May 8, 45’ avenue thus finds a new vocation. In a functional way, it becomes an entrance walk into the city. The project combines linear development, the requalification of the Hammer Pilon Park - emblem of the city of Le Creusot - and the development of the Place de la Mairie de Torcy, whose central role is reinforced by hosting several facilities.
The city of Veyrier has selected AMT to participate in the competition for the development of public spaces in the Grands Esserts district. The neighbourhood project is one of ten strategic projects in the Franco-Vaud-Geneva conurbation aimed at rebalancing residential development between Swiss and French territories. Located at the interface of the urban areas known as the ‘villa and the Geneva plain’, the public spaces project will have to demonstrate high quality livability and high ecological performance in order to ensure the acceptance and attractiveness of the district.
The Hautepierre district has undergone a major transformation over the past 20 years. A few minutes from the city centre, at the foot of a hospital, served by the tram... the district has many assets. However, its enmeshed urban structure, the deteriorated state of the built heritage and public spaces, the intricate nature of the social housing stock and fragile condominiums... are problematic. The project is based on three main axes: the implementation of a road and land network allowing the enmeshed pockets to opening up and the gradual transfer of land ownership; the creation of a linear park on which the restructured facilities are placed; the identification of a first phase of renewal along the avenues served by the tramway. The Guide Plan for the Hautepierre district will be presented to the ANRU Commitment Committee in April 2019 after being validated by the elected representatives of the Eurometropolis.