Appearing as if it were part of the surrounding greenery, the Regional Chamber Building by Chartier-Corbasson Architectes is a highly unconventional office construction.
Located beside an 100-year-old mansion in the northern French city of Amiens, this building is exemplary in it use of space. The framed design appears as if it were organically emerging from its mossy surroundings whilst embodying a modern day architectural aesthetic. The deep-framed windows and open concept design make for the perfect site to house the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Picardy.
This state-of-the-art building makes for an unconventional site to house the institution and is an addition to the historically beautiful Hôtel Bouctôt Vagniez. Inspired by a Japanese garden aesthetic, this Chartier-Corbasson Architectes makes for a delightful addition to the city's old charm.
Camouflaging Moss Offices
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Cubed Camouflaged Havens
Sweet Garden-Ready Gowns
Patchy Planted Murals
Plant-Covered Camouflaging Havens