Coupe transversale cyclorama
→ Rehabilitation of the shops of the former sawdust company into a photography workshop in Pantin.
|Budget||200 000 €|
Rotunno Justman Architectes
We have transformed this historic site for the Marlowe Creative Society. The agency wanted to make it a photo shoot area and place its head office there. The objective was to preserve the identity of the place while making it functional and optimized for a specific use. The creation of a cyclorama 6.5m wide by 3.5m high allows creativity during shootings and create a characteristic curved architecture. Since the main contractor’s objective is to re-use, we have reused timber from old construction sites and upgraded the existing brick. The place is divided into two main spaces; the cyclo and the living space then the mezzanine including Co-Working and makeup/dressing space.