31.05.2018

Launching of the Chartreuse de Neuville's international competition of architecture

Wilmotte & Associés - Launching of the Chartreuse de Neuville's international competition of architecture

The Chartreuse de Neuville, the largest public French Carthusian monastery, in partnership with the Wilmotte Foundation, launches an international competition of architecture for a contemporary extension of its cultural center.

Initially built in 1324 by the Carthusian order, the Chartreuse de Neuville is the largest entirely preserved French Carthusian monastery. One year ago, this European cultural encounter center started the largest renovation works for a listed historic monument. It pursues today its development and rehabilitation with the launch of an international call for ideas for the creation of an additional cultural space mixing contemporary architecture and heritage.
International architecture students and young architects can apply until October 2nd.

Official website

24.05.2018→ 15.09.2018

Prix W 2018 award: awards ceremony and exhibition of the winning projects

Wilmotte & Associés - Prix W 2018 award: awards ceremony and exhibition of the winning projects

The awards ceremony of the Prix W 2018 award and the opening of the exhibition of the winners and mentioned projects will hold on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Wilmotte Foundation’s gallery in Venice.


Useful information
Opening reception : May 24th, 2018 - 7:30 pm
Dates of the exhibition : 25 May - 15 September 2018

Fondation Wilmotte
Fondamenta dell'Abbazia, Cannaregio 3560
30121 Venezia
Open: 10:00am-1:30pm / 2:00pm-6:00pm
Closed on Monday and bank holidays
Vaporetto : Ca'D'Oro - Madonna dell'Orto
Tel : +39 041 476 1160
fondaco@wilmotte.fr

24.04.2018

The winners of the Prix W 2018 award unveiled

Wilmotte & Associés -  The winners of the Prix W 2018 award unveiled

The jury of the Prix W 2018 award chaired by the Mayor of Noisy-le-Grand, Mrs Brigitte Marsigny, met on April 24, 2018 to award the winners of this new edition. 132 students and young graduates from 23 countries have redesigned the Fort de Villiers, located in the municipality of Noisy-le-Grand (93).

1st prize: Casus Belli
Clément Raimbault / 26 year old, French, graduated from the Nancy School of Architecture
Enguerran Willaume-Real / 24 year old, French, graduated from the Nancy School of Architecture

 

2nd prize: E-Fort
Arnaud Jouanchicot / 27 year old, French, graduated from ENSA Toulouse

 

3rd prize: O
Andrei Ionita / 27 year old, Romanian, graduated from the University of Architecture and Urbanism Ion Mincu Bucharest
Ioana Penescu / 27 year old, Romanian, graduated from the University of Architecture and Urbanism Ion Mincu Bucharest


Jury members
Mrs Brigitte MARSIGNY, Mayor of Noisy-le-Grand, President of the jury
Ms. Pascale COTTE-MORRETON, Deputy Mayor Heritage Representative
Ms. Pauline POLGAR, Journalist - Batiactu
Mrs Anne DEMIANS, Architect
Mr Andrea BRUNO, Architect
Mrs Marie-Douce ALBERT, Journalist - Le Moniteur
Mr Julien ROUSSEAU, Architect
Mrs Saadia TAMELIKECHT, architectural review board (Architecte des Bâtiments de France), head of the territorial service of architecture and heritage of Seine-Saint-Denis
Mr Patrick COTTE, President of the Fort de Villiers Safeguard Association
Mr Olivier BROCHET, Architect

 

For more information, please visit the Prix W website

02.12.2017→ 13.05.2018

Venise '55/'65 : the Wilmotte Foundation exhibits the work of the photographers Gianni Berengo Gardin and Sergio Del Pero

Wilmotte & Associés - Venise '55/'65 : the Wilmotte Foundation exhibits the work of the photographers Gianni Berengo Gardin and Sergio Del Pero

Through 54 photographs by Gianni Berengo Gardin and Sergio Del Pero, this exhibition tells the story of a daily Venice from 1955 to 1965. It is conceived as a dialogue between two works, two imaginary worlds, around a Venetian reality of that time.

 

USEFUL INFORMATION
Wilmotte Foundation gallery
Fondaco Degli Angeli
Fondamenta dell’Abbazia
Cannaregio 3560 - 30121 Venezia
From Tuesday to Sunday 10h00-13h30 - 14h00-18h00
Closed on bank holidays

11.05.2017→ 26.11.2017

The Wilmotte Foundation exhibits in Venice the work of the photographer Frédéric Delangle "Venezia, la scomparsa"

Wilmotte & Associés - The Wilmotte Foundation exhibits in Venice the work of the photographer Frédéric Delangle "Venezia, la scomparsa"

The Wilmotte Foundation presents between 11th May until 26th November 2017, during the Biennale of Contemporary Art, a vision of Venice by the photographer Frederic Delangle.

 

The exhibition «Venezia, la scomparsa» presents 36 original prints, mixed in three different formats (150x100 cm, 120x80 cm, 60x40cm), in a scenography signed by Wilmotte & Associés studio.

 

Frédéric Delangle is a French photographer born in 1965. He lives and works in Rueil-Malmaison, in the suburbs of Paris. He graduated in photography at the University of Paris-8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis and is passionate about urban planning and landscape design. Since the mid-90s, he has been developing his personal interest about the city and the relation of light and color in the urban context.

 

USEFUL INFORMATION
Wilmotte Foundation gallery
Fondaco Degli Angeli
Fondamenta dell’Abbazia
Cannaregio 3560 - 30121 Venezia
From Tuesday to Sunday 10h00-13h30 - 14h00-18h00
Closed on bank holidays

16.12.2015

Launch of the Prix W 2016

Wilmotte & Associés - Launch of the Prix W 2016

For 10 years, the Wilmotte Foundation has promoted the meeting of heritage and contemporary creation through the organization of the W Prize, dedicated to students and young architects.

For its 7th edition, we are pleased to invite students and young architects to breath new life into Pondorly, a bridge-building and southern gateway to Paris, which shall serve as a support for a reflection on the contemporary graft.

The best projects, selected by an international jury, will be remunerated and exhibited in Venice at the Gallery of the Wilmotte Foundation during the Architecture Biennale.

prixw.com

28.04.2014

Prize W 2014 - The winning projects

Wilmotte & Associés - Prize W 2014 - The winning projects

On 24th April, the jury presided by Mr Malcolm Reading, Chairman of Malcolm Reading Consultants, gathered at the Tower of London in order to select and award the projects for the Prix W 2014.
A panels of 153 projects has been received out of which three projects have been awarded with a prize and eight projects have received mentions.
The Wilmotte Foundation will exhibit the laureate projects during the Biennale of Architecture in Venice from the 5th June 2014.

 

More information here