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Posted by the editors on Friday, 3 August 2012
Architecture: Pierres Vives by Zaha Hadid Architects: “..Zaha Hadid has completed a streamlined concrete and glass building for three government departments in Montpellier, France..The Pierres Vives Building will accommodate the multimedia library, public archive and sports department of the Herault regional government and is due to be inaugurated on 13 September..A recessed section of green-tinted glass runs along the length of the facade, where a first-floor foyer connects the library and offices with shared facilities that include meeting rooms, an auditorium and an exhibition space..These shared facilities are contained inside a curved concrete block, which bursts through the glazing to shelter the main entrance on the ground floor below..”
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image: Hélène Binet; article: Dezeen
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