Town and concrete, the architecture of the future in the present time
If regarding our habitat and how it will naturally – or under duress – evolve we have some ideas, it is interesting to see that some architecture professionals have already rethinked how human life can now be established in an environment. Surrounded by nature or downtown, discover the vision of Cyril Lancelin, founder and architect of Town and Concrete, who designs an architecture far beyond the functional. As a real experience to live from inside and out, will the hyperformal habitat be an integral part of the future life?
The architecture of Town and Concrete is the perfect allegory of inside-outside-living Thanks to the well-defined and assumed geometric forms that it wears, and which allow to intelligently blur the fine boundary existing between inside and outside. I am not used to presenting architectural projects as such, on the other hand, to highlight projects that generally tend to Changing the way we live, and therefore our interiors, is unavoidable.
If you have already encountered and experienced some installations of Town and Concrete, it is obviously more difficult to have access to the architectural projects of the agency, which nevertheless shows an incredible avant-garde and a clear vision of the future. Indeed, solid shapes, chosen for what they have of atypical and structurally interesting make up each new perennial or ephemeral habitat designed by Cyril Lancelin. Unusual, it is difficult to know whether these architectures transform an environment or result naturally, as their composition seems essential. Thus, the houses Geometry, Hemi, Hill and many others shape the current times in a new way, perhaps to become a generality in a few years?
Just as in retail the product often shapes the space, here the architecture of Town and Concrete Guides us through each space, demonstrating in an innate and indisputable way how the spaces can be articulated, but also how we, human beings, can apprehend the places to find our place. Between Full and empty, the question of open or closed spaces no longer arises: neither. We take full advantage of an imposing and reassuring architecture, and of the new crevices it creates, allowing the light to pass. The real challenge of the future can be finally found there: to create architectures, interiors and therefore habitats where technical as aesthetics problems would have been solved thanks to bold creativity... What do you think?
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