The set contains 2 sheets:
350g (cover) and 190g (cut-out).

Recycled Paper. Printed in Poland.

EN   PL

Brutalist Paris 
Paper Blocks

2

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Pack size: 23 x 35 cm

Assembled Model: 11,5 x 5 x 5 cm

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All images in the collection are illustrations

Architect: André Coquet, with H. Auffret,

J.P. Cazals, P. Hayoit de Bois-Lucy D. Auger and B.J. Massip   

Built: 1968-1969

16 towers, 18 storeys each

ab. 1.800 apartments

Residential development



Bordered by:

Rue de Crimee, Rue Gaston Tessier,
Rue Curial, Rue de Cambrai.
19e

Paris



Cité Curial-

Michelet

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6 €

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_Cité Curial-Michelet

_Orgues de Flandre

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_Les Choux de Créteil

_Centre National de la Danse

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Paris Brut

A collection of illustrated paper models portraying brutalist architecture of Paris from late 1950s-1970s. The series features buildings scattered around the City of Paris` arrondissements, as well as the infamous suburbian "banlieues" and a free recreation of Le Corbusier`s 1925 Plan Voisin -  seminal solution
for the centre of Paris.

The `béton brut` Paris tour starts with a concrete slab of Cité des 4000, leads through the round towers of Les Choux de Créteil, Cité Curial- largest estate of Paris, Orgues de Flandre high-rise towers, and concludes with a classic example of post-war brutalism Centre National de la Danse. The collection is made up of six illustrated models to assemble. The whole set is Eco-friendly - printed on recycled paper and cardboard, and includes a short technical note on the architects, year of construction and exact location of each building.