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Atelier H. Audibert: The staff is composed of a dynamic, driven and interdisciplinary group of individuals, each of whom brings a special sensitivity and skill to projects that the team develops togther. Atelier H. Audibert regularly calls on creative and industrial partners, depending on the nature of the projects it is assigned. Focus on Atelier H. Audibert: Hervé Audibert honed his profession as a lighting designer during three decades working in show business. Following a number of projects in France and abroad with theatre and opera directors throughout the early nineties (including Heiner Müller, Jean Jourdheuil, JeanPierre Vincent, Bernard Sobel, Patrice Caurier, Moshe Leiser and Gilbert Deflo), Audibert decided to broaden his scope of activity by taking on longer-term projects. Designing and implementing a lighting project which can be sustainable long-term requires a completely different approach to the lighting requirements of a shortlived show. Everyday spaces have the right to be dream-like and poetic. Dreams require delicacy, whereas poetry demands precision in its expression. Lighting lends itself to this approach towards design and lies at the heart of all of Atelier H. Audibert’s projects.

Nina Cammelli - Project Manager Holding a Master’s degree in product design from the Ecole Supérieure d’Art et Design de Reims (Higher School of Art and Design), Nina’s first experience in a lighting design agency was at Odile Soudant (Studio Lighting) before she joined Atelier H. Audibert. She supports Hervé Audibert in project design and provides technical management for plans and photometric studies. She also focuses on the design of lighting solutions and produces the technical drawings required for prototype development. Emilie Ferey - Assistant Project Manager A State Architecture Graduate of the School of Architecture Paris-Belleville, Emilie thrives in a multidisciplinary team, to which she contributes rigour and creativity. Emilie is involved in project design and the implementation phase of documents submitted during the study phase.. Claire Huberson - General Coordination/Development Manager Claire is a Sciences Po graduate who worked on digital and cultural projects before joining Atelier H.Audibert. She is Studio coordinator and Development manager at AHA. She also manages communication.


REFERENCES

Architecture Culture 2018 Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon (21), Ateliers Lion associés 2016 Musée National Estonien, Tartu, Estonie, Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane architectes 2016 Musée des Beaux-Arts et d’Archéologie, Lodève (34), Projectiles architectes 2015 Cité de l’Economie et de la Monnaie, Paris (75), Ateliers Lion associés 2015 Théâtre de Sénart (77), Atelier d’architecture Chaix & Morel et associés 2014 L’Inguimbertine, bibliothèque-musée, Carpentras (84), Atelier Novembre architectes 2014 Requalification du site minier 9/9Bis, Oignies (62), Hérault-Arnod architectes 2013 Institut des Cultures d’Islam, Paris (75), Ateliers Lion associés 2013 Le Métaphone®, salle de concert, Oignies (62), Hérault-Arnod architectes 2013 Musée d’Histoire de Marseille (13), Studio Adeline Rispal 2012 Centre culturel Eléphant Paname, Paris (75), Lahyani architecture 2011 Pôle des Langues et Civilisations (INALCO et BULAC), Paris (75), Ateliers Lion associés 2011 La Géode, Paris (75), Adrien Lambert architectures 2010 Théâtre de Saint-Nazaire (44), K-Architecture 2008 Mémorial du Camp des Milles, Aix-en-Provence (13), Atelier Novembre architectes 2008 Le Louvre Abu Dhabi, Emirats Arabes Unis, Projectiles architectes et scénographes 2008 Le Centquatre, Paris (75), Atelier Novembre architectes 2008 Médiathèque de Quimper (29), Atelier Novembre architectes 2005 Musée-Parc Archéologique, Montferrat (38), Hérault-Arnod architectes 2004 Centre National de la Danse, Pantin (93), Atelier Robain & Guieysse architectes


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Leisure

Parks and gardens

2012 Village Club Med Vialattea 4 Tridents, Pragelato (TO), Italie, Club Med 2006 UGC Ciné Cité, Puteaux (92), Alberto Cattani architecte 2005 Disney Village, Marne-la-Vallée (77), Disneyland Paris 2004 UGC Ciné Cité, Rome Fiumicino, Italie, Alberto Cattani architecte 2004 UGC Ciné Cité, Turin, Italie, Alberto Cattani architecte 2004 UGC Ciné Cité, Algésiras, Espagne, Alberto Cattani architecte 2004 UGC Ciné Cité, St Quentin en Yvelines (78), Alberto Cattani architecte 2002 UGC Ciné Cité, Rimini, Italie, Alberto Cattani architecte 2002 UGC Ciné Cité, Créteil (94), Alberto Cattani architecte 1998 UGC Ciné Cité Bercy, Paris (75), Alberto Cattani et Valode & Pistre architectes 1996 UGC De Brouckere, Bruxelles, Belgique, Alberto Cattani architecte 1995 UGC Ciné Cité Les Halles, Paris (75), Alberto Cattani architecte

2014 Jardin Vaudoyer, Marseille (13), Ateliers Lion Associés 2013 Parc Georges Méliès, Orly (94), Toporama paysagistes Ouvrages d’art 2011 Ponts de l’Île Saint-Denis («petit bras» et «grand bras» de Seine), Seine SaintDenis (93), Ateliers Lion associés

Services 2010 La Station Mobile, Grenoble, (38), Hérault-Arnod architectes 2009 Siège mondial Rossignol, Saint-Jean-de-Moirans (38), Hérault-Arnod architectes 2004 Siège Jean-Paul Gaultier, Paris (75), Moatti et Rivière architectes 2000 Palais des Congrès de Paris (75), Christian de Portzampac architecte, Laboratoire IRB

Private houses 2013 Maison particulière, Paris, France, Moussafir Architecte 2006 Villa Mapelli, Lac de Côme, Italie, Roméo Sozzi design d’intérieur 2003 Complexe de prestige à Riyadh, Arabie Saoudite, Saudi Oger LTD

Public spaces 2022 ZAC Rive Gauche, quartier Bruneseau Nord, Paris (75), Ateliers Lion associés 2014 Aménagement du pôle multimodal de Rueil-Malmaison (92), Lénack architectes urbanistes 2014 ZAC Cité de la Méditerranée, Marseille (13), Ateliers Lion associés 2013 Plan Lumière de la ZAC Cité de la Méditerranée, Marseille (13), Ateliers Lion associés 2012 Espaces publics du centre-ville du Havre (76), Ateliers Lion associés 2012 Pôles du prolongement du tramway T1, Seine-Saint-Denis (93), Ateliers Lion associés 2010 Etude de définition relative à l’aménagement du Grand Boulevard de Lille (59), Cap Paysages 2000 Rue de Roubaix et Pont de la Tossée, Tourcoing (59), Intégral Ruedi Baur et associés 1998 Promenade en bordure de darse sur le port de Bonneuil-sur-Marne (94), Elisabeth Veit architecte


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Events

Artistic interventions

Biennals and fairs

2011 «Lueurs d’E», 1% Artistique le long de la ligne E du tramway de Toulouse (31) 2007 Médiathèque de Mérignac (33) 2000 Lucioles sur l’exsurgence de la Douix, Châtillon-sur-Seine (21), avec Bernard Moninot

2012 Stand Renault, Mondial de l’Automobile 2012, Paris (75), Dorell.Ghotmeh. Tane architectes 1992 Puits d’images, Pavillon de France, Séville, Espagne, François Seigneur scénographe 1992 Avenue de l’Europe, Séville, Espagne, Jean-Marie Hennin architecte 1989 Les Tours de la Liberté, Jardin des Tuileries, Paris (75), J-M. Hennin et N. Normier architectes 1995 La Tour de la Terre, Bobigny (93), J.M. Henin, N. Normier, Lelièvre architectes

Shows

Temporary exhibitions 2013 «Requins, l’Expo-sensation», Musée Océanographique de Monaco, Renaud Piérard scénographe 2012 «César et les secrets du Rhône», CG des Bouches du Rhône, David Lebreton scénographe 2012 Pavillon de France de la 13e édition de la Biennale d’architecture de Venise; commissariat : Yves Lion 2012 «La Collection Michael Werner», Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (75), Agence Nathalie Crinière 2011 «Paris au temps des impressionnistes», Hôtel de Ville de Paris (75), Renaud Piérard scénographe 2011 «Dogon», Musée du Quai Branly, Paris (75), Projectiles scénographes 2010 «Andrée Putman, ambassadrice du style», Hôtel de Ville de Paris (75), Renaud Piérard scénographe 2010 «Que vive la méditerranée ... et sa biodiversité», Musée Océanographique de Monaco, Renaud Piérard 2010 «Lenine Staline et la musique» , Cité de la Musique, Paris (75), Projectiles scénographes 2007 «Perles, une histoire naturelle», Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris (75), Jean-Jacques Bravo scénographe 2004 «A table ! L’Assiette en questions», Palais de la Découverte, Paris (75), Agence Klapisch - Claisse 2003 «Jimi Hendrix backstage», Cité de la Musique, Paris (75), Agence Mostra, Agence Klapisch - Claisse 2013 2013 «Ylem», création éphémère pour le Musée des Confluences dans le cadre de la Fête des Lumières de Lyon

2013 La Chinoise 2013, Saint Gervais Genève le Théâtre, Genève, Suisse 2010 Le Père, Théâtre de l’Athénée, Paris (75) 2009 Werther, Opéra National du Rhin, Strasbourg (67) 2007 Pirame et Thisbé, Angers-Nantes Opéra (44) 2006 La belle Hélène, Opéra National du Rhin, Strasbourg (67) 2006 Lenz, Opéra de Bordeaux (33) 2005 Mensch oder schwein, Théâtre de Saint-Gervais, Genève, Suisse 2004 Il Signor Bruschino, Opéra de Lausanne, Suisse 2003 Avant après, Théâtre de la Colline, Paris (75) 1997 Germania III, Centre culturel de Belém, Lisbonne, Portugal 1995 Comment rendre l’autre fou, Salle Benoit XII, Festival d’Avignon (84) 1995 La bataille d’Arminius, Théâtre des Amandiers, Nanterre (92) 1992 Armide, Opéra d’Anvers, Belgique 1991 La tempête, Festival d’Avignon (84) 1991 Le cas Müller, Théâtre des Carmes, Festival d’Avignon (84) 1990 De natura rerum, MC 93, Bobigny (93) 1988 La route des chars, MC 93, Bobigny (93)


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L’Inguimbertine l’Hôtel-Dieu of Carpentras Project management: Atelier Novembre architectes Client: City of Carpentras Location: Carpentras (84) Surface area: 10 550 m2 Status : Delivery scheduled for 2014 This project, developed by Jacques Pajot and Marc Iseppi aims at creating a museum-library inside the former Hôtel-Dieu hospital, a 17 century historic monument. Patrimonial resources as well as books and artworks of the municipality will finally gather here. From the main entrance, a lighting ribbon runs al along the pedestrian circulations, leading visitors as an Ariadne’s thread. Besides, spaces between rooms are specifically illuminated. Special light sources are installed in the library to emphasize the beautiful concrete beams of the ceiling.

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Cité de l’Economie et de la Monnaie Economics and money museum

Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: Bank of France Location: Paris (75), France Surface area: 6,600 m² Status: DCE Phase. Delivery scheduled for summer 2015

©Gaël Morin pour Ateliers Lion associés

©Gaël Morin pour Ateliers Lion associés

©Gaël Morin pour Ateliers Lion associés

A private mansion built in the neo-Gothic style by a banker to house his art collections, the building was transformed into a branch of the Bank of France in the 1920s and is now getting ready to host the museum of the economy, the only one of its type in France. The architectural design of the future museum seeks to reveal the composite nature of this historical monument. The ambient lighting of the museum display will be soft, so as not to saturate the spaces with their arches, intricately carved fireplaces and brick facing. The general public will also discover the bank's vault, surrounded by a moat, with water reflecting on the walls thanks to a play of light. In addition to providing the lighting for the collections, Atelier H. Audibert was commissioned to design the lighting for the meeting room, the lecture theatre and the cafe.

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Théâtre de Sénart Sénart Theatre

Project management: Chaix & Morel et associés Client: SAN de Sénart (Sénart New Town) Location: Sénart (77), France Surface area: 10,580 m² Status: Current project. Delivery scheduled for 2015

Atelier H. Audibert worked on the lobby and walls of the theatre, which will host the Theatre of Sénart (part of the National Performance Network). The hall lighting was designed using the image of a theatre stage and fixtures were also provided to light up the visitors. The theatre envelope, consisting of perforated metal cladding, is illuminated from within. At night, the theatre's face changes, as though the light sources were revealing its full intimacy.

©Eddie Young - Chaix & Morel et Associés

©Eddie Young - Chaix & Morel et Associés

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Estonian National Museum Project management: Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane Architectes Client: Estonian Ministry of Culture Location: Tartu, Estonia Surface area: 34,000 m² Status: site phase. Delivery scheduled for 2015

A year after joining the European Union, Estonia launched an international competition to design a national museum to trace the history of a people who had been particularly abused by totalitarian regimes. Agence DGT won the competition by proposing to establish the museum in an extension of a runway dating back to the Soviet occupation. We wanted to highlight the diaphanous appearance of the building: at night, its vast glass walls give off a cosmic glow, thanks to LEDs hidden behind the façades. For the lighting of the indoor spaces, large translucent volumes, we chose warm light. In the library, the shop and restaurant, a forest of small LED lights suspended from rods 5 metres long will artificially recreate a human scale ceiling.

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Bâtiment des Machines et Carreau (TC3) Machines Building and Carreau

Project Management : Hérault-Arnod architectes Client : Communauté d’agglomération d’Hénin-Carvin (CAHC) Location : Oignies (59) Surface area : 7 330 m² SHON Status : Delivery scheduled for 2015 Bâtiment des machines Zone 3: rdc - café concert

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The project to transform the mining site of Oignies city into a site dedicated to sound and music, was imagined by Hérault-Arnod Architects to reverse the former use and image of the location, closed since 1990. Many projects were led here : a general plan for the conversion, the conversion of the existing buildings, and the construction of new building as well as a garden. Atelier H.Audibert designed the lighting of The Machines Building and the Carreau, besides the Métaphone - a concert hall, emblematic for the all project. Highlighting these buildings listed as a UNECO World Heritage contributed to make the entire site reborn. When the sun sets, openings of the buildings are lit up, evoking human life inside. Gobos project the windows patterns on the ground, and a functional lighting helps visitors to walk around the site.

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Lodève Museum Project management: Projectiles architects and set designers Client: Lodévois and Larzac Communauté de Communes Location: Lodève (34), France Surface area: 3015 m² Status: Study phase ©Projectiles

Housed in a former private mansion dating from the sixteenth century, which has been renovated several times, the Lodève museum presents archaeological and medieval collections and a section devoted to the fine arts. The museum extension project offers a dialogue between historical and contemporary architecture, by creating a new entrance. The Projectiles agency commissioned Atelier H. Audibert to provide the lighting for all the museum spaces and shared works areas.

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Institut des cultures d’Islam Islamic Cultures Institute

Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: Paris City Council Location: Paris (75), France Surface area: 5,900 m² Status: Delivered in September 2013

©Mia Serra

Imagined by Ateliers Lion Architects, the Institute for Islamic Cultures proposes exhibitions and education, it also hosts a hammam and a residence for artists, as well as a prayer room. The contribution of light in this universe must be meaningful and true both for the religious and visitors, with no ostentation. We were inspired by the iconic sites of Islamic culture from which we extracted ideas and refashioned them for a contemporary space.

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Marseille History Museum Project management: Roland Carta C+T ; Léon Grosse Client: Marseille City Council Location: Marseille (13), France Surface area: 8 000 m2 Status: Delivered in September 2013

Located on the archaeological site of the Jardin des Vestiges, discovered in the sixties at the time of construction of the Stock Exchange Centre, the Marseille History Museum is currently undergoing extension and restructuring as part of a project for Marseille Provence 2013, European Capital of Culture. Designed by Studio Adeline Rispal, the new museographical project will trace the history of the Mediterranean city from prehistorical times to the present day, by following the golden thread of navigation.. Eventually, the Marseille Museum of History will be the world's leading museum of ancient history. Atelier H. Audibert provided the lighting for the whole museum display. We were very excited to illuminate the most important maritime wreck of the ancient world (dating from the early third century AD), one of the jewels of the collection. ©Antoine Buonomo, Direction artistique, ©Arthur Reboul Salze et Ginger

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Museum of Fine Arts, Dijon Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: Dijon City Council Location: Dijon (21), France Surface area: 13.000 m2 on three sites Status: First tranche under construction. Launch of the second tranche studies in March 2013. Final completion of works in 2018

©Eric Lion

©Eric Lion

©Eric Lion

Housed in the old palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, along with the Louvre, the Dijon Museum is the only French museum to be housed in a palace. Its renovation by Ateliers Lion in 2005, sought to organize three museum routes in the buildings surrounding the Bar courtyard. Atelier H. Audibert provided the lighting for the entire museum and for the shared works areas. Hervé Audibert also designed chandeliers to provide lighting for the two staircases of the palace of the Dukes.

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Centre Elephant Paname Project management: Lahyani Architectes Client: SCI Volney Location: Paris (75), France Surface area: 2 x 500 m2 Status: delivered in September 2012

©Nicolas Salmeron

Éléphant Paname is a new dance and arts centre, located between place Vendôme and Opéra. Housed in a mansion built during the time of Napoleon III by the Russian ambassador to France, the building later became the headquarters of a Parisian bank. Atelier H. Audibert provided the lighting for the building’s galleries, decorated in Second Empire style. To highlight Elephant Paname’s showpiece, a 250 m2 area under a glass tiled monumental dome, Atelier H. Audibert developed a solution to transform the vault into a screen for projecting video animations in partnership with Herman Ter Hennepe (Maramoja projects) and Solico. The dome is lined with a self-supporting carbon-epoxy structure 13m in diameter, covered with 9000-W LED RGB spots individually operated by DMX. The screen resolution is 72 PPI.

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Pôle des Langues et des Civilisations Languages and Civilizations Centre

Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: Île-de-France Regional Council Location: Paris (75), France Status: delivered in September 2011

Located in the heart of the ZAC Rive Gauche, Paris, a district undergoing great change, the Oriental Languages and Civilizations Centre brings together the National Institute of Oriental Languagesand Civilizations (INALCO) and a library (BULAC).Atelier H. Audibert designed the lighting for all areas inside the building: library, lecture halls, classrooms and meeting rooms, offices and common areas. Hervé Audibert also designed the reading lamps for the library ©atelier H. Audibert

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La Géode Project management: Adrien Lambert architectures Client: SEM La Géode & Soferest Location: Paris (75), France Surface area: 500 m² Status: delivered in 2011

For its 25th anniversary, the Geode reorganized its reception areas. Atelier H. Audibert provided the lighting for all areas of the architectural design. The translucent walls of the lobby, studded with hundreds of animated LEDs transform the space into a milky way.

©Nicolas Descottes

©Nicolas Descottes

©Nicolas Descottes

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Saint-Nazaire Theatre Project management: K-Architecture ; L’Autobus Impérial signalétique Client: SONADEV for the Saint-Nazaire council Location: Saint-Nazaire (44), France Surface area: 4,500 m² Date of design of the project: 2010

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To illuminate the facade of the theatre, Atelier H. Audibert imagined fireflies (cones of light in frosted PMMA containing the LED light bulbs), fluttering over the walls and converging to form the word theatre.

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ARCHITECTURE projects - CULTURE

The Abu Dhabi Louvre Project management: Projectiles architects and set designers Client: France Musée Surface area: 6,000m² Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE Date of design of the project: 2008

The Projectiles agency formed a team including Atelier H. Audibert to present a bid for the competition for the Abu Dhabi Louvre. Designed by Agence Jean Nouvel, the building evokes an island protected by a perforated umbrella, which allows spangles of light to shine through. In our bid, the exhibition space was lit by wells of natural light. At night, the light of the sky is recreated by overhead projectors hidden above the openings. No light source should be visible in order to preserve the magic of the spaces. ©Artefactorylab

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - CULTURE

Le Centquatre

Artistic Etablishment of the City of Paris Project management: Atelier Novembre architects Client: Paris City Council, Directorate of Cultural Affairs Location: Paris (75), France Surface area: 41,000 m² Status: delivered in July 2008

The original walls housed the City of Paris funeral director’s service from 1873. Following the final closure of the municipal services, renovation work was carried out to transform the building, characteristic of the industrial architecture of the nineteenth century, into a centre for artistic creation. Memory of the site should continue to exist, but not too obviously. Atelier H. Audibert managed the lighting for all areas of the building and designed the neon lights in the Aubervilliers hall.

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - CULTURE

Hervé Audibert wanted to emphasise the memory of the location: the Centquatre has indeed been built within the walls of an old undertaker's service. We originally imagined reproducing the last words of Goethe, "Mehr Licht" - more light - in neon letters, folded over the ventilation ducts of the central nave. We had to change plans when we realized that the letters, broken, could only be read from a certain angle. In addition, the Centquatre directors at the time were hostile to anything too pronounced in the site. The lighting retained the angle of the layout of the letters, forming an abstract pattern.

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - CULTURE

Centre National de la Danse winning project in the Prix Equerre d’Argent 2004 Project management: Atelier Robain Guieysse. Client: Ministry of Culture and Communication Location: Pantin (93), France Surface area: 8,980 m² Status: delivered in October 2004

Built in 1965 by the architect Jacques Kalisz, this raw concrete building was first dedicated to host the administration of the city of Pantin. Architects Antoinette Robain and Claire Guieysse renovated it by adaptating its structures to the needs of the Dance National Center. Hervé Audibert decided to light the façades of the building from the inside, by assigning a colourful glow to each room. At nightfall, the building gives the impression of releasing the light energy accumulated during the day.

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - CULTURE

©Xavier Testelin & PierreBourdis

©Xavier Testelin & PierreBourdis

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - LEISURE

UGC Ciné

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

Project management: Alberto Cattani architect ; Valode & Pistre architects Client: UGC Location: Paris (75), France Status: delivered in 1998

After defining the UGC group’s lighting identity based on the the primary colours blue, yellow, and red, Atelier H. Audibert developed the design for each of the UGC complexes in which it was involved (Créteil, Saint Quentin en Yvelines, Les Halles, Puteaux, Brussels, Rimini, Turin, Rome and Algeciras).

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - LEISURE

Disney Village Client: Disneyland Paris Location: Disneyland Paris, Marne La Vallée (77), France Surface area: 1 km Status: Project completed in 2005

The aim was to rethink the lighting of the main shopping street of the Disney Village. The starry sky stretched above the street was to be removed, and playful lighting was to be designed as a replacement. We were inspired by the shape of the captive balloon tied above the Disney Lake for these illuminated coloured balloons that bathe the street in a warm soft light.

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - SERVICES

La Station mobile de Grenoble (centralised multimodal travel management building) Project management: Hérault Arnod Architects Client: La Métro - Grenoble Alpes Métropole Location: Grenoble (38), France Surface area: 2,672 m² Status: Delivered in September 2010

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Mobile Station has been designed to accommodate travel management services in Grenoble. The building’s structure is punctuated by large door overhangs, coated in aluminium discs over the entire height of the façades. Together they form a pixel array, echoing the screens in traffic control centres. At night, the facades are animated by choreographed lighting, evoking urban traffic flows. A program changes the colour and intensity of the LED light bulbs concealed behind the aluminium discs.

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©Labtop

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - SERVICES

Rossignol World Headquarters Project management: Hérault-Arnod Architects Client: Rossignol Skis SAS Location: Saint-Jean-de-Moirans (38), France Surface area: 11,600 m² Status: delivered in June 2009

Located in the middle of a plain surrounded by mountains, the headquarters of the world leader in skiing equipment was designed using the image of a snowdrift. Atelier H. Audibert provided the lighting for the curved roof of the building, which seems to be bathed in artificial lunar light. To light up the internal street, which traverses the building from side to side, Hervé Audibert designed chandeliers which evoke the shape of stalactites.

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©Labtop

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - SERVICES

Jean-Paul Gaultier Headquarters Project management: Moatti & Rivière architects Client: Jean-Paul Gaultier Group Location: Paris (75), France Surface area: 5,000 m² Status: delivered in 2004

Jean-Paul Gautier set up its new headquarters within the walls of the Palais des Arts de L’Avenir du prolétariat, a place steeped in history, located on the rue Saint Martin in Paris. The layout of the space and the lighting highlighted the rococo style of the designer. The light sources were hidden in the vaults of the show hall , as in the decoration of a theatre stage set. A Venetian inspired hanging chandelier was custom designed by Hervé Audibert.

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©Moatti et Rivière

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - PRIVATE HOUSE

Garden of Villa Mapelli Client : Roméo Sozzi Location : Varenna (LC), Italie Surface area : 10 000 m2
 Status : delivered in July 2005

The garden of the villa is listed as a historic monument and represents one of the most beautiful landscapes around the Come lake, Italy. Georges Sand, Chopin and Eugénie Empress themselves walked through its paths. Designer Romeo Sozzi commissioned Hervé Audibert to light up this romantic garden. All the lamps designed therefore took the form of leaves.

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©atelier H. Audibert

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ARCHITECTURE completed projects - PRIVATE HOUSE

Prestige complex, Riyadh Project management: Oger International Client: Saudi Oger Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Surface area: 17 km² Status: delivered in 2003

This site 17 km² brings together a reproduction of the Alhambra in Granada, a prestigious reception area (the Diwan), a central square the size of the Place de la Concorde, the residence of the Queen of Saudi Arabia and her private clinic and a replica of Hyde Park with its lake and horse track. Atelier H. Audibert designed the lighting for all these areas, in agreement with the client, and worked for three years on the project, at the rate of one week per month on site. The lighting of the Alhambra had to be fully imagined, as there was no artificial light on the historic site. This issue was important because in Saudi Arabia, living spaces come alive in the evening, once the heat of the day has subsided. The lighting project focused on the monumental character of the places: four thousand projectors were installed in the Alhambra alone, which is equal to the lighting of a town of 40,000 inhabitants. For the Ambassadors Room, Hervé Audibert designed chandeliers 15 meters in diameter. In the gardens of the Generalife, the play of light was hidden at the foot of the areas of vegetation and in the water courses to reveal their magic.

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING on going - PARKS AND GARDENS

Parc Georges Méliès Georges Méliès Park

Project management: Toporama landscaping Client: Orly City Council Location: Orly (94), France Surface area: 54,150 m² Status: Preliminary design phase Study phase planned to end in June 2013

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With its castle surrounded by a pond, its waterfalls and lush vegetation, the Méliès park is everything an English garden should be. It was here that the filmmaker Georges Méliès, who gave his name to the park, lived his last years. The restoration of the park is part of the revitalization project for the old centre of Orly. The lighting used in the different areas of the park is designed to create the atmosphere of a film set. The lighting of the pedestrian areas will be supplemented by light local events that will bring “depth of field” to the landscape heritage and some of the buildings. The unusual orientation of the light sources, the play of contrasts, will surprise the visitor who will discover the illuminated elements (the castle, a stand of trees or a gateway) when they least expect it.

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©atelier H. Audibert

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING on going - PARKS AND GARDENS

Vaudoyer Garden Project management : Ateliers Lion associés Client : Etablissement public d’aménagement Euroméditerranée Location : Marseille (13), France Status: Delivered scheduled for spring 2014

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This study was led during the lighting of public spaces all connected with the Boulevard du Littoral along the harbour of Marseille. Vaudoyer Garden is a transition and a passing site between the Major cathedral and a big square. The different functional lighting principles are design in order to ensure visual comfort and night circulation for pedestrians that climb the monumental stairs of the cathedral. Besides, the lift is transformed into a lantern and banks are lit up from the bottom so as to create a night

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING on going - PUBLIC SPACES

Mobipôle, Rueil-Malmaison Project management: Lénack architectes urbanistes Client: SPLA Rueil Aménagement Location: Reuil Malmaison (92), France Surface area: external layout 20 000 m² ; parking, 10 000 m² Status: Study phase. Delivery scheduled for 2015

Atelier H. Audibert designed the lighting for the Rueil multimodal transport hub, where the RER (Regional Express Trains), 18 bus stops, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians all converge. The modernization of the station and its infrastructure is part of a larger urban development project: the transport hub will be surrounded by new shops and services and a public park. The different lighting principles of each area treated were established to ensure the visual comfort and safety of the different users.

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

Programing study for the fixture of the Grand Boulevard of Lille Métropole Project Management : Cap Paysages Client : Lille Métropole Location : Lille (59), France Surface area : 14 km Status : Study delivered in July 2010 This study aimed at defining planning needs for the main boulevard connecteing the cities of Lille, Roubaix and Tourcoing. Looking like an urban highway,cars, bicycles and a tramway run on the 14 kilometers road. Cap Paysages Studio decided to create a separated way for each need and Atelier H.Audibert proposed that light also served as signage system: lighting changes would signal the next tramway or trafic intensity.

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

ZAC Cité de la Méditerranée, Marseille (Urban Development Project)

Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: Euroméditerranée public planning organization Location: Marseille (13), France Total Surface area: 60 ha Status: site phase. Final Completion of works in Spring 2014 Atelier H. Audibert has been working since 2010 on the ZAC Cité de la Méditerranée in Marseille, an urban development project which involves the transformation of about 3km of the Mediterranean city’s seafront from Fort Saint John to the Arenc silos. We designed the lighting of the public spaces linked by the Boulevard du Littoral: the Louis Brauquier promenade at the foot of Fort St. John, the J4 esplanade, Place Basse de la Major, Place de la Méditerranée and the Vaudoyer garden. EPA Euroméditerranée also commissioned us to provide consultation on the harmonization of the lighting projects of the buildings and the public spaces located in the ZAC’s area of influence.

©Nicolas Salmeron

©Nicolas Salmeron

©Nicolas Salmeron

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

©Nicolas Salmeron

©Nicolas Salmeron

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

Le Havre city-centre (urban development project)

Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: Le Havre City Council Location: Le Havre (76), France Surface area: 11.5 ha Status: delivered in December 2012

The arrival of the tram at Le Havre was accompanied by the redevelopment of the city centre, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005. To light up the public spaces through which the tramline passes, Atelier H. Audibert designed a series of lamp posts to provide the line with the architectural style of Auguste Perret - characterized by clean lines and lack of ornamentation. The lamp posts comprise three separate and adjustable LED light sources, respectively illuminating the roads, pedestrian routes and vegetation. The lighting intensity of the different sources is variable and adjustable independently in order to save energy. ©Giacomo Bretzel

©atelier H. Audibert Plan lumière - Parvis St Michel

©atelier H. Audibert Esplanade de la plage

©atelier H. Audibert Place de l’Hôtel de ville

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

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©Giacomo Bretzel

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

Mingus, urban street lighting Client: Le Havre City Council Manufacture: Inédit Lighting ; Santa and Cole Location: Le Havre (76), France Status: Delivered in 2012

The arrival of the tram at Le Havre was accompanied by the redevelopment of the city centre, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005. To light up the public spaces through which the tramline passes, Atelier H. Audibert designed a series of lamp posts in the architectural style of Auguste Perret - characterized by clean lines and lack of ornamentation. Each pole comprises three separate light sources, in LED. The upper part, which aims to light up the road areas, contains hundreds of diodes each coupled to a lens to direct the beam towards the ground. The level of illumination from the source is scalable depending on usage time. Overlaid micro-perforated sheet metal, illuminated by LED strips, applies a shimmering effect to the light emanating from the central section of the mast. On the lower part, each of two projectors is mounted on a bracket to direct the beam towards a building or landscape element: a clump of trees, a walkway, a clock... The series of poles is broken down into three versions: 8 metres, 6 metres, 4 metres.

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PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING completed projects - PUBLIC SPACES

Île-Saint-Denis bridge Project management: Ateliers Lion & associates Client: CG93 Location: Île-Saint-Denis (93) Status: inauguration in December 2012

©Eric Lion

As an extension of the route of tram line 1 the Île-Saint-Denis bridge has undergone improvement and restoration work. The lighting, designed by Atelier H. Audibert frames the work in the night-time urban environment. Different lighting scenarios, managed by DMX, will adorn the metal structure with a coloured glow that moves imperceptibly throughout the night. The lighting scenography, reflected in the Seine, offers passers-by a poetic image of the bridge that is completely different from its daily appearance.

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EVENTS completed projects - BIENNAL AND FAIR

New Renault stand design -“The Bump” Project management: Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane architectes Client: Renault Location: World Automobile Show 2012, Paris (75), France Surface area: 4312 m² Status: Project completed in September 2012

©Giaomo Bretzel

Atelier H. Audibert and DGT architects were selected by Renault to design the new concept for the brand’s stand, following a tender process launched in 2010. Hervé Audibert regularly uses coloured lighting and has decided to introduce it to the world of the car show, which is usually dominated by cold colours. The difficulty of this challenge was to faithfully reproduce the colour of the vehicles in a scalable light staging. The entire stand area - 4000 m² at the Paris World Automobile Show - was bathed in coloured light using 600 A12 LED motorised light projectors. The vehicles on display were “extracted” from the atmosphere using 400 white motorised Ayrton LED light projectors (7000 K). To complete the effect, Atelier H. Audibert designed an undulating ceiling of 400 luminous motorized balloons in RGB. The Life Light company developed the programming for this project of unprecedented size in the 32 DMX universe. The alternation between the colours emitted by the balloons was designed to echo the different moods of the animated film loop projected onto HD screens forming the walls of the stand, 80 m long.

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EVENTS completed projects - BIENNAL AND FAIR

completed projects - BIENNAL AND FAIR

French Pavilion, Venice Biennale

Citroën stand

Curator of the exhibition: Yves Lion Location: Giardini, Venise Date: 29 August to 25 November 25

Project management: Le Gall Polianoff architecture and set design; Beth Clapperton - Public Events Client: Citroën Surface area: 3,000 m² Date of design of the project: 2010 Finalist in the competition.

Invited to break down the theme “Common Ground” proposed by the British architect David Chipperfield, Director of the Architecture Biennale in 2012, for the French pavilion Yves Lion chose to tackle the issue of urban neighbourhoods in the vast suburbs of social housing developments. The exhibition presents potential developments for the eastern area of Paris, located between Marne-la-Vallée and Aulnay-sous-Bois. This prospecting exercise, involving teachers and students of the School of Architecture in Marne-la-Vallée, led to the development of a monumental device of three models on a total surface area of 84 m². Atelier H. Audibert chose to backlight the models, arranged in the central area of the Pavilion, using fluorescent tubes concealed within light boxes. The room exhibiting student projects was lit up as a classroom, thanks to fluorescent sources releasing a bright light.

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

The staging designed by Beth Clapperton, the project’s artistic director, used cosmology to tell the story of the appearance of the Citroen car. A Theatre of the Big Bang, the stand would be ravaged by wind, rain and lightning. Particular attention was paid to the suspended ceiling, often overlooked in the design of automobile stands. We imagined transforming the ceiling into a multitude of video screens. Projectors placed over awnings projected atmospheric images, echoing the natural forces unleashed onto the stand area. Other projectors, hanging on the edges of the awning, lit up the cars. Hervé Audibert had also designed an enclosure of fireproof paper, of beautiful embossed material, backlit by LED strips.

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EVENTS completed projects - BIENNAL AND FAIR

completed projects - BIENNAL AND FAIR

Avenue of Europe,

Les Tours de la Liberté

Project management: Jean-Marie Hennin and Nicolas Normier architects Client: EEC (European Economic Community) Location: Seville, Spain Surface area: 2 km Status: project completed in 1992

Project management: Jean-Marie Hennin and Nicolas Normier architects Client: Committee for the Bicentennial of the French Revolution Location: Jardin des Tuileries, Paris (75), France Surface area: Towers 200 m high. At 100 metres there is a 4500 m2 belvedere (halls and exhibition spaces), which can accommodate up to 800 visitors at a time. Status: Project completed in 1989

Universal Exhibition of Seville in 1992

The Liberty Towers

Expo 92 was held from April to October 1992 in Seville. The fixtures were to take account of the sometimes extreme climatic conditions of the region. The Avenue of Europe was marked by twelve towers representing the member states of the European Community. To protect the visitors from the heat the Avenue was covered with a perforated textile structure of 9000 m2, reminiscent of the canvas stretched over the stalls of souks or of Berber tents. Hervé Audibert chose to provide the lighting for the textile structure using projectors installed at the foot of the towers. The illuminated vault was reflected in the central lake, multiplying the overall lighting effect.

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The two towers were built in the Jardin des Tuileries to celebrate the Bicentenary of the French Revolution in 1989. 200 metres high, flanked by wings, the towers resemble great white metal birds ready to take flight. The lighting of the towers focused on the wings, so as to accentuate the impression of imminent ascent into the night sky.

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EVENTS completed projects - TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

Requins – l’expo sensation Sharks : Sensation exhibition

Set design : Renaud Piérard Location : Musée Océanographique de Monaco Date : june 2013 – may 2016

The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco decided to dedicate an exhibition to sharks despite prejudices which these predators suffer from in everyone imagination. Atelier H.Audibert strongly collaborated with scenograph Renaud Piérard and interactive media designer Roger Labeyrie so as to create an unprecendented experience for visitors, trying to emphasise their sensations.

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©atelier H. Audibert

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César et les secrets du Rhône Cesar and the secrets of Rhône river

Set Design : David Lebreton Location : Archives Départementales des Bouches du Rhône, Marseille (13) Date : january – march 2013

The exhibition was set up in Marseille during the year of the city as European Capital of Culture in 2013. It reveals wonderful testimonies of roman goldmithery and statuary that were discovered during excavations in the Rhône river. Both light and furnitures remind the riverbed and the historical stratification.

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©David Lebreton

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Michael Werner Collection Set design: Agence Nathalie Crinière Location : Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris Date : october 2012 - march 2013

This exhibition displayed at the Modern Art Museum of Paris gathers around 900 artworks owned by the German gallerist Michael Werner. Among them, 125 works were given to the museum as a donation. They form a singular panorama of the artistic creation of the twentieth century as a result of the collector tastes.

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Dogon Set design: Projectiles Location: 2011 "Dogon", Quai Branly Museum, Paris Date: April - July 2011

The light had to highlight the Dogon sculptures. Along with Projectiles, we chose to use the height of the walls (about 6m to the ceilings) and completely hide the input lights to create a controlled bright atmosphere. To put this idea into effect, we hung a rear projection fabric screen on the walls of the room, about 200 metres long, with fluorescent strips coated with colour filters arranged behind it. The sculptures were illuminated using playout machines placed on a carrying structure on the ceiling.

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

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Que vive la méditerranée... et sa biodiversité Long live the Mediterranean ... and its biodiversity Set design: Renaud Piérard Location: Oceanographic Museum, Monaco Date: Nov. 2010 - April 2011

©M. Dagnino - Musée Océaographique de Monaco

The aim was to recreate a maritime atmosphere in one of the museum’s rooms. To do so, the openings were completely concealed, and a neon tube was designed to match the shape of the cyclorama suspended from the ceiling. Neon light therefore evenly illuminated the structure and the ceiling, while bathing the room in a bluish glow. The sculptures were illuminated using playout machines placed on a carrying structure on the ceiling.

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EVENTS completed projects - TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

Lénine, Staline et la musique Lenine, Staline and Music

Set design: Projectiles Location : Cité de la Musique Date : october 2010 - january 2011

Realised during the France-Russia Year in 2010, the exhibition displays a chronicle of musical and artistic life in the Soviet Union, from the arts and artists place since the october 1917 Revolution until Staline death in 1953. Scenography, created by Projectiles Studio, suggests visitors follow a chronological itinerary, from the revolutionary utopia till the stalinian hardening. The pale lightening of the picture rails both evokes constructivist pictural vocabulary and the birch shapes that cover the Taiga. ©Projectiles

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A table ! L’Assiette en questions Dinner Time! Food issues

Set design: Marianne Klapisch and Mitia Claisse Location: Palais de la Découverte, Paris (75016), France Date: April - Dec. 2003

This exhibition presented an exploration of different facets of food. The lighting of the rooms was designed to reflect the exhibition themes. For example, we lit a large space reserved for the food industry using very cold light to look like a factory.

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

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Jimi Hendrix backstage Set design: Jean-Jacques Bravo, Marianne Klapisch and Mitia Claisse Location: City of Music, Paris (75), France Date: Oct. 2002 - Janv. 2003

The exhibition featured guitars, costumes and other objects that belonged to Jimi Hendrix. The display was punctuated by light environments, each corresponding to one theme: the “Pink” sequence was associated with Hendrix’s family background and music, “Blue” for his concerts and “Purple” for the recording of his albums.

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

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La Tour de la Terre The Earth Tower

Project management: Hennin Normier Lelièvre architectes Location: Bobigny (93), France Date of design of the project: 1995

The Tower was designed by Nicolas Normier and Jean-Marie Hennin, who had already commissioned Hervé Audibert to provide the lighting for the Tours de la Liberté installed at the Tuileries for the Bicentennial of the French Revolution (1989) . This wooden structure, 200 metres high, was designed to host environmental organizations, including the Nicolas Hulot Foundation, in a cabin suspended 100 metres above the ground. At night, the titanium corolla crowning the building would have been lit up by a ball of fire, designed to spread light energy all around.

©Hennin Normier Lelièvre

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ARTISTIC INTERVENTION completed projects

Ylem

Performance programmed as part of the Lyon Festival of Lights 2013 Client: Rhône General Council Location: Lyon (69), France Status: displayed from 3 to 9 December 2013

©Giacomo Bretzel

The Festival of Lights is a long-established tradition in Lyon. Every year in early December, since decades, inhabitants have been placing lit candles in their windows, to honour the Virgin Mary, protector of the city. Along with the traditional devotion, a light festival was carried out, which became the “Fête des Lumières”. During four days around the 8th of December, several animations are performed in all the districts of Lyon by lighting up all the main monuments, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists. Atelier H. Audibert’s bid to receate the Big-Bang from the inside of the museum designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au won the 2013 competition. The 7-minute light performance was orchestrated by 150 rotating beacon lights fastened to the crystalline building’s internal supporting structure. Thus, “Ylem“ heralds the birth of the new Musée des Confluences on the eponymous confluence of the Rhône and the Saône rivers.

©atelier H. Audibert

©Giacomo Bretzel

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Métaphone® Project management: Hérault-Arnod Architects Client: Henin-Carvin - MICC conurbation Location: Oignies (62), France Surface area: 1,980 m² Status: delivered June 2013

©Giacomo Bretzel

Métaphone® is both a concert hall and an musical instrument, whose façades produce and broadcast sounds composed by sound designer Louis Dandrel. The skin of the building, consisting of scales of various materials (Corten steel panes, larch panels, transparent and frosted glass), is the medium for a sound and light animation that will give life to the concert instrument while hosting events and also when the building is asleep.

©Hérault-Arnod

©Labtop-rendering

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ARTISTIC INTERVENTION

PRINCIPLE 4 - SKY

PRINCIPLE 2 - RAIN

PRINCIPLE 3 - STAIRS PRINCIPLE 5- WINDOWS

- Give the impression of an inhabited building : shadows pass by, television turned on, light swiched on and off in some rooms... - in some windows : video projection, fixed image, program

Program : television swiched on effect, color spluttering on one part of the window, united dark color for the other part the image of the lift goes from side to side

a shadow passes from window to window

alternate 2 images (changing every 2 minutes)

Background picture (Principle 3_1.jpeg) (Black stairs on warm white background), fixed, all along the faรงade

3 1

2

Outline (Principle 3_2.jpeg) (black on warm white background), going from window to window (speed : around 1m/sec) - Start 1 (speed : around 1m/sec) - 5 sec after 1 disapeared from window 1, 2 starts in window 8 (speed : around 1m/sec) - 3 sec after 2 disapeared from window 11, 3 starts in window 6 (speed : around 1m/sec)

video projection video projection to be defined shadow going from window to window

alternate 2 images (changing every 5 minutes)

fixed picture

fixed picture

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Fête des Lumières de Lyon 2012 Festival of Lights Lyon 2012

Client: Lyon City Council Location: Regional Hall, Lyon (69), France Date of design of the project: 2012

For the Festival of Lights, Atelier H. Audibert designed a nocturnal multimedia creation on the Regional Council Building, located in the new Confluence district. This installation of lights, video projections and sounds aimed to reveal the fascination of the emergence of the new Regional Council. A cloud of steam (formed using 2160 using diffusers distributed throughout a series of ramps offset from the building) would bathe the north-western edge of the building in a thick fog, which would gradually dissipate. The building would then emerge like a butterfly from its chrysalis, its epidermis studded with synthetic images (projected by devices installed inside and outside the building). The pixelation would be increased gradually to reveal the structure of the building, as with an X-ray scan. The show was to last 5 to 7 minutes and would be repeated several times during the evening, accompanied by a musical composition.

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Calcia Silos 1%-for-Public Art Programme Client: SEMAPA (mixed economy company) Location: ZAC Paris Rive Gauche, France Date of design of the project: 2012 Finalist project

ŠNicolas Salmeron

SEMAPA, the company managing the coordination of the urban development project of the Paris Rive Gauche urban development project, has launched a tender for the creation of an artistic intervention on the silos of a new industrial plant for cement storage. Atelier H. Audibert's project, a finalist in the bid competition, aimed to transform the two future silos into inhabited towers, by installing "windows" materialized by clusters of LED light points, distributed over the entire concrete wall height (38m). The whole would form a generic image of the contemporary city, visible day and night.

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©Nicolas Salmeron


ARTISTIC INTERVENTION completed projects

Lueurs d’E

Permanent Lighting Project - E tramline, Toulouse 1%-for-Public Art Programme Client: S.M.A.T (Toulouse Metro Company) Surface area: 11 km Location: Toulouse (31), France Status: creation implemented in 2011

An artistic order was issued on the occasion of the creation of the first tramline in Toulouse. Hervé Audibert created a twelve kilometres garland of fireflies that glow as the tram passes.Hervé Audibert chose to work on the route rather than at the tram stations: the dance of the fireflies accompanies travellers waiting for the next stop.

©Romain Saada et Thierry Schneider

©Romain Saada et Thierry Schneider

©Romain Saada et Thierry Schneider

©Romain Saada et Thierry Schneider

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projects

projects

IGN

Mérignac Media Library

National Institute of Geography 1%-for-Public Art Programme

1%-for-Public Art Programme

Client: IGN (National Geography Institute) Location: Saint-Mandé (94), France Date of design of the project: 2009

Client: Mérignac Town Council Location: Mérignac (33), France Date of design of the project: 2009

Walkways revealed by the glass skin of the building brought to mind the contours used in maps. We imagined equipping the bottom of the walkways with LED garlands. Looking up, the visitor at the entrance of the building would reconstruct an overall picture evoking the fleeting movement of the clouds. Light sources would slide along the glass wall of the building, like drops of light entering the lobby. Each drop would have increased the light intensity of the hall.

©atelier H. Audibert

The artistic work focused on the new Merignac Media Library, Gironde, located in the old town hall. Our project was based on the principle of urban anamorphosis. 50 small video screens hanging in the lobby would have formed an overall image visible from a single point of convergence.

©atelier H. Audibert

©atelier H. Audibert

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L’Avaleur d’étoiles The Swallower of Stars

Client: EDF Location: Porcheville (78), France Surface area: 120 ha Date of design of the project: 2004

©atelier H. Audibert

EDF commissioned the creation of a work of art on a heat production plant, located along the Seine upstream of Mantes-la-Jolie. Atelier H. Audibert transformed the chimneys of the factory, which are 200 metres high, into a star vacuum cleaner. The light installation was similar to a metaphorical digestion - the energy of the stars would be absorbed by the EDF plant. In our project, the images projected onto the glass surfaces of the façades would represent the turbulence of the stars being sucked in and consumed, represented by light sources placed on the chimneys. Video projectors, located inside the building, would broadcast continuous animations.

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SHOWS


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completed projects

completed projects

Le Père

Werther

Staging: André Wilms Set design: Adriane Westerbarkey Video: Stéphane Gatti Composer: Michaël Jarrell Location: Théâtre de l’Athénée, Paris (75), France Date: 2010

Staging: Mariame Clément Set design: Julia Hensen Location: National Opera of the Rhine, Strasbourg (67), France Date: 2009

Heiner Müller

Massenet

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Lenz Berg

Staging: Michel Deutsch Set design: Roland Deville Location: Bordeaux Opera (33), France119 Date: 2006

completed projects

Mensch oder schwein Michel Deutsch

Staging: Michel Deutsch Set design: Jean-Marc StehlĂŠ Location: Saint-Gervais Theatre, Geneva, Switzerland Date: 2005

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completed projects

Il Signor Bruschino Gioacchino Rossini

Staging: Mariame Clément Set design: Julia Hansen Location: Lausanne Opera, Switzerland121 Date: 2004

Avant après Staging: Michèle Foucher Set design: Serge Marzolff Location: Palais de la Découverte, Paris (75), France Date: 2003

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completed projects

Germania III Heiner Müller

Staging: Jean Jourdheuil Set design: Mark Lammert Location: Belém Cultural Centre, Lisbon, Portugal123 Date: 1997

Comment rendre l’autre fou Staging and authorship: Emmanuel Schaeffer Set design: Christian Fenouillat Location: Benoit XII Halle, Avignon Festival (84), France Date: 1995

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completed projects

La bataille d’Arminius

Armide

Staging: Jean Jourdheuil Set design: Gilles Aillaud Location: Amandiers Theatre, Nanterre (92), France125 Date: 1995

Staging: Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser Set design: Christian Fenouillat Location: Anvers Opera, Belgium Date: 1992

Kleist

Lully

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The Tempest Shakespeare

Choreography: Karine Saporta Set design: Jean Bauer Location: Avignon Festival (84), France127 Date: 1991

completed projects

Le cas Müller Staging: Jean Jourdheuil and Jean-François Peyret Set design: Nicky Rieti, Titina Mazelli and Gilles Aillaud Location: Carnes Theatre, Avignon Festival (84), France Date: 1991

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De natura rerum

La route des chars

Staging: Jean Jourdheuil and Jean-François Peyret Set design: Titina Mazelli Location: MC 93, Bobigny (93), France Date: 1990

Staging: Jean Jourdheuil and Jean-François Peyret Set design: Nicky Rieti Location: MC 93, Bobigny (93), France Date: 1988

Lucretia

Heiner Müller

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INTERVENTION METHODOLOGY

Atelier H. Audibert carries out study projects for lighting and monitoring of the work. Atelier H. Audibert's concentrates on design projects which do not include implementation studies or installation. Atelier H. Audibert ensures a perfect match between the result and the original light project by working closely with the client, the project management, engineering design offices, manufacturers and installers of lighting equipment. Every project is carried out taking into account the specific technical and safety priorities of the programme. Atelier H. Audibert interprets these to develop a mise en scene of the areas in the project and to give them an identity in their nocturnal environment. Particular attention is paid to the choice of materials used, on the basis of its robustness and its compatibility with the use of the spaces and buildings. Lighting sources are integrated into the building so as to be as unobtrusive as possible and are selected for their reliability and durability. Each stage of development is validated by the project management before submission to the client.

Outline of a typical project: 1 Sketch 2 APS - APD (Preliminary Design - Detailed Pre-Project) 3 PRO - DCE - ACT (Project Study - Tender Documents) 4 VISA – SUMMARY - DET - AOR (Compliance Examination - Contract Execution Management/Acceptance Assistance)

INTERVENTION METHODOLOGY

1 Sketch - Collection, integration and synthesis of parameters of architectural design, landscaping and set design - Development of global lighting solutions, definition of principles and general characteristics, type of sources recommended, type of fixtures recommended - Presentation of the various proposals for approval to the project management team and the client. Delivery of Documents - Lighting layout plan with general characteristics - Cross-section of the various principles recommended - Night perspective based on documents provided by the project management team of the different areas dealt with 2 APS - APD (Preliminary Design - Detailed Pre-Project) - Definition of the lighting principles - Definition of techniques and materials to be implemented for the different lighting principles - Installation of lighting fixtures on layout plans - Lighting calculations - Financial estimates - Power analysis Delivery of Documents Based on documents provided by the project management, compilation of a dossier containing the following: - Text description of the lighting principles including type of equipment required and how to implement the principles - Site plans of lighting fixtures by space - Lighting calculations - Power analysis - Financial estimate This phase ends following validation of the preliminary study dossier by the client.


INTERVENTION METHODOLOGY

3-1 PRO- DCE (Project Study - Tender Documents) - Text description of the lighting principles including type of equipment required and how to implement the principles - Site plans of lighting fixtures by space - Book of lighting details for the different principles used - Final power analysis - Financial estimate Submission of documents for tender procedure: Based on documents provided by the project management, compilation of a dossier containing the following: - Technical description of the selected material. - Site plans of lighting fixtures by space - A3 details books - Power analysis - Lighting calculations - Framework unit price lists - Financial estimate This phase ends following validation of the preliminary study dossier by the client. 4-1 ACT (Works Contract Assistance) Support for the client in opening bids, analysis based on the specification and the choice of the company. 4-2 VISA (Compliance Examination) Study and validation of plans drawn up by companies. 4-3 SUMMARY Coordination and technical summary. 4-3 DET / AOR (Contract Execution Management/Acceptance Assistance) - Site meetings and supervision - Acceptance of works - Support in the setting of lighting fixtures.

TECHNICAL RESOURCES

- 2 Dell XPS 430 PCs equipped with CAD software (Autocad), DTP (Adobe Suite) and light planning software (Dialux). - 3 Mac Book Pros equipped with the Adobe Suite. - 1 HP LaserJet CP5225 - 1 Brother MFC-820CW A4 Printer-Fax 1 server - 1 ADSL pro line Languages spoken at Atelier H. Audibert: English, Spanish, Italian


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