41, allée le Corbusier,
EPT 4 – Paris Ouest La Défense
The old Nanterre School of Architecture is situated to the west of La Défense, the business district of Paris, a stone’s throw from the Charles de Gaulle Esplanade on the edge of the Parc André Malraux and 5 minutes walk from the RER A station Nanterre Préfecture. This School of Architecture, closed down in 2003, is the work of the architect Jacques Kalisz and is emblematic of the “cluster or mat-building” metallic architecture of the 70s. Flagged up as an interesting site in the Nanterre Local Urbanism Plan -PLU-, the building is derelict. The site transformation is to be imagined in respect to the building heritage and in continuity with the neighbouring park.
Nanterre’s former school of architecture and green spaces
To be defined with the owner
French State – Ministry of Economy and Finance
AN 0389, AN 262
41 Allée le Corbusier,