On this recently joined ANRU site, located in a suburban area close to the city centre and relatively well served by public transport, the ambition is strong. Two complementary axes are articulated: the creation of an East-West linear park on which restructured facilities and new housing programs are opened; the densification of the district’s western fringe into an address on the avenue linking the cities of Bischheim Schiltigheim and Strasbourg. The Guide Plan for the Writers' District will be presented to the ANRU Commitment Committee in April 2019 after being validated by the elected representatives of the Eurometropole.
The city of La Roche sur Yon has selected AMT as the representative of a team combining BERIM, IAO SENN and GEODICE to submit a bid for the requalification of the public spaces of La Vigne aux Roses. This social housing district chosen by ANRU is located between the north-south urban axis of the Napoleonic city and its river. The public space project therefore articulates two scales: public spaces at the service of local social life in the district’s heart and public spaces of communal reach in the Yon Valley.
AMT has been commissioned as the representative of the consortium associating Berim, ZefCo and REP and studies begin. The challenge of the NPNRU here is to requalify the central districts of Epinay-sous-Sénart by relying on the commercial urbanism currently being renovated. Taming the Departemental Route (RD), securing the banks of the Yerres, remeshing and sewing disparate urban fabric, residential enhancement of condominiums, are all objectives to be articulated within the urban project.
AMT participates alongside Barriquand and Frydlender in the competitive dialogue launched by SA3M for the renewal of the Croix Lavit sector. Located to the east of Montpellier, the sector has developed on an ad hoc basis without overall coherence. However, there are still important land holdings that justify a global approach to development / renewal. The project questions the models and ways of doing peripheral urban planning and the response developed by B&F + AMT is based on the identification of simple and robust invariants that support negotiated urban planning.
Construction on the first phase of work to requalify the banks of the Etang de Berre in Saint-Chamas is beginning. This concerns the coastal walkway from the historic district of Le Pertuis to new residential districts. The next work stages will focus on the beaches and squares in the city centre.
The project to develop public spaces in the heart of Yffiniac is nearing completion. Over the course of 4 years of work with elected officials, residents and users of the city centre, it has been thoroughly transformed into a square in front of the town hall, a garden around the church, plots along pedestrian alleys based on the leitmotiv of open and closed areas. The foundations have therefore been laid to lead, step by step, to targeted real estate recycling projects in the service of a lively and inhabited city centre thanks to a renewed supply of dwellings and shops.
AMT has been selected to submit a bid for the Makepe Missoke site development project by the Douala Urban Community (Cameroon). AMT thus continues the thought process conducted within the framework of the urban project management workshop "Douala Ville Assemblée" on the themes of social development, recognition of informal economic activities, enhancement of natural resources, flood risk management, housing restructuring... that the urban project aims to integrate. The project is part of the "Douala Sustainable City" project supported by the FFEM (French Fund for the Global Environment) and AFD (French Development Agency).
AMT has been selected by the CA Val d'Yerres Val de Seine to present an offer for the Cinéastes La Plaine district in Epinay-sous-Sénart. Following the ANRU1, the CA now wishes to transform the La Plaine district, which constitutes the heart of the town.
Marion Talagrand led the "peri-urban" class of the first session of DEP diplomas at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage de Versailles. Young landscape designers have captured often ordinary territories to identify their singularities... grasping their geography, embracing their uses, understanding their dynamic living systems... and questioning the life conditions within these often-neglected territories. The diplomas will be awarded at a ceremony at the EESC (Economic, Social and Environmental Council) on 14 December.
Situated at the exit of metro line 1 and on the route leading to the city centre, Place Bérault offers a village place that contrasts with the monumentality of the Avenue de Paris. The development project sought to restore this spirit by offering a central place available on the roadway, by introducing planted islets and by offering comfortable and generous paths. The urban vocabulary implements that of the city centre by seeking the similar qualities offered by natural stone, wooden furniture and a few selected plants that are rare to find in our Parisian squares. The construction site will be delivered in the summer of 2019.