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Polish Pavilion Commissioner: Hanna Wróblewska
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MVRDV comes out on top in competition to design a new residential complex in Rennes, France
The multi-level curved façades of these residencies take inspiration from rock formations – playing with geometry, colours and materials. The project will contribute to the transformation of Greater Rennes, with the ambition of creating a socially cohesive and welcoming riverside community.
The city of Rennes, led by Mayor Nathalie Appéré announced today that the team of MVRDV, ALL and Giboire won the competition for the project Ilot de l’Octroi. This new residential development is part of the Rennes 2030 urban project and will transform Octroi into a green union between existing paths along the Ille et Vilaine rivers and the centre of the city.
Rennes Métropole is among the most attractive areas to live in France. Its diversity of heritage and growth led to a shift in emphasis from the centre to the city’s outer areas connected by th