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Projet

IV Tourettes Garden

Architecte

Pigeon Ochej Paysage

En association momentanée avec

Atelier d'architecture Alain Richard

Programe
Replanning of the Morival - IV Tourettes site, integration of 16 housing units, a multipurpose room and creation of a public garden
About
The Quatre Tourettes public garden lays at the interface between public or community facilities (a school, a multi-purpose hall) and a housing district to be upgraded. The empty space available, a former large private garden background, is restructured into different sub-spaces with specific vocations. A special care is given to the notion of limit or articulation.
In this way, the global reading of the place continues to be possible and each use is allowed with respect for others and in a convivial atmosphere.
The work on topography makes it possible to manage gentle slopes for slow users while articulating high spaces (open esplanade in connection with schoolyards, sports and meeting area) and low spaces (public garden closed at night, playground).
It was the users’ careful observation of the place, their practices in peripheral public spaces and their meeting and exchange needs that led to the project proposals. Preliminary meetings with local actors and groups, schools, committees, residents and managers guided the reflection. It presents to feel, through the project, the desired synergies, the relationships to be forged, as so many moments in the life of a neighborhood, as the expression of this intimate conviction that exchange and meeting are the reasons for public space.
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Typology
Landscape, urban areas
Status
Built
Year of delivery
2014
Client
Ville de Liège
Total budget
500000
Per square meters
125

Rue Morinval et Rue des Steppes
4000 Liège

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