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Architecture
 
2016
French edition
A richly-illustrated monograph spanning twenty years of works by architects Dominique Lesbegueris and Christine Raynier. The publication includes an interview with the duo and a collection of poetic texts by Ève Delalysse, Stéphane Nowak Papantoniou, Véronique Bergen, Liliane Giraudon, Fédé Aranburu, Amandine André, Jean-Jacques Viton, Sarah Kérina, and Laura Vazquez.

2013
French edition
last available copies!
This publication documents the architecture of the Kembs-Niffer lock in Alsace, conceived by Georges Heintz and Anne-Sophie Kehr. It also features the text of a performance from 2011 by Charles Pennequin.

2013
French edition
The sport center designed by Rémy Marciano in Châteauneuf-les-Martigues, South-East France, inspired Stéphane Nowak Papantoniou to write a poetic text on the athletic body.

2013
French edition
The Silo auditorium in Marseilles is an architecture of industrial splendor designed by Roland Carta. The building inspired Édith Azam a poetic text on the notion of spectacle.

2012
French edition
last available copies!
The sport center Z5 in Aix-en-Provence originated from the desire of football glory Zinédine Zidane. This publication documents its conception by architect Christophe Gulizzi. It features a humoristic text on the creation of the stadium by mankind by writer Jean-Michel Espitallier.

2011
French edition
Poetess Vannina Maestri presents A Stazzona, a theater place conceived by Jean-Michel Battesti and Dominique Villa in the Corsican town of Pioggiola.

2011
French edition
This publication documents the innovative pedagogic project of the International School Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur in Manosque, conceived by architects Jean-Michel Battesti and Rudy Ricciotti.

2010
French edition
This publication documents the viaduct Le Corbusier in Lille, France, and pays tribute to its creator, the architect François Deslaugiers. The publication features a series of short texts by Nathalie Quintane, inspired by this unique architecture.

2010
French edition
Inspired by a water tower conceived by architect Thierry Van de Wyngaert, philosopher Jean-Paul Curnier shares a text on his teenage years in South-East France.

2009
French edition
out of print
New expanded edition of a pamphlet against the High Quality Environmental standard for sustainable buildings in France. Architect Rudy Ricciotti argues that this standard only serves the interests of liberal economy.