published Wednesday, February 16, 2011
At Soissons in the Aisne, the architecture firm Jacques Ferrier Achitectures realized that air car park with 600 spaces for the urban community of Soissons. Dressed in strips of wood with straight or broken profiles, the facade undulates and pierced in places large ovoid berries. Attached to a concrete structure, it appears more
or less transparent depending on the viewing angle.
Sources photographs: Jacques Ferrier Architectures
For more information, visit the Jacques Ferrier Architectures site.