Art is almost always the result of a constraint: but it is possible to turn this into a resource for design, making it a source of inspiration.

Working with constraints can make us think outside the box, experiment and get more creative. In the urban environment there are often limitations to a project, forcing us to rethink the standard rules and norms, creating a new approach to design. The result is new spaces that create an element of surprise, changing our perspective of a place. In all our work, we see working with constraints and taking risks as an opportunity to invent a new approach.

Levelling with on-site polluted soil | Rennes : Saint Martin Meadows.

Design play with flooding levels | Nantes : Embankments of the île de Nantes.

Landscape patterns, disability access | Lyon : Garden at the historical entrance – Blandan.

THE POETRY OF CONSTRAINT — PROJECTS

Rennes : Saint-Martin meadows

Nantes : The embankments of the île de Nantes

Lyon : Blandan park

Rhône : Chemical Valley

Lyon : Place d’Armes and Sardou Parvis

Le Perreux-sur-Marne : Beach and banks of the Artois

Montpellier : République Development Area

Lillebonne EANA : Valasse Abbey Park

Familistère de Guise : Garden

Montpellier : Metropolis & territory