the five nominated in the “Culture, Youth and Sports” category.

The annual architecture and landscape prizes, organized by the magazines “AMC” and “Le Moniteur”, reward achievements in five categories, including the one that combines “Culture, youth and sport”. The winners of the 40th edition of the Equerre d’Argent will be announced on November 21, in Paris.

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Equerre d’argent 2022: the five nominees in the “Culture, youth and sports” category

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Charles-Nègre media library in Grasse (Alpes-Maritimes)

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Client: City of Grasse. Architects: Ivry Serres Architecture and Beaudouin Architecture.

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Charles-Nègre media library in Grasse (Alpes-Maritimes)

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Client: City of Grasse. Architects: Ivry Serres Architecture and Beaudouin Architecture.

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Cultural center and creation of glass art in Meisenthal (Moselle)

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Contracting authority: community of communities of Pays de Bitche. Architects: So-Il and Freaks.

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Cultural center and creation of glass art in Meisenthal (Moselle)

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Contracting authority: community of communities of Pays de Bitche. Architects: So-Il and Freaks.

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Crèche with 24 cradles in Paris (VIIe)

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Client: Presidency of the Republic. Architect: Atelier Régis Roudil Architectes.

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Crèche with 24 cradles in Paris (VIIe)

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Client: Presidency of the Republic. Architect: Atelier Régis Roudil Architectes.

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Multisports equipment in Meudon-la-Forêt (Hauts-de-Seine)

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Client: Nexity/Ogic. Architect: Marc Mimram Architecture & Associates.

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Multisports equipment in Meudon-la-Forêt (Hauts-de-Seine)

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Client: Nexity/Ogic. Architect: Marc Mimram Architecture & Associates.

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Alice-Guy school group in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique)

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Client: City of Nantes/Nantes Métropole. Architect: Raum.

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Alice-Guy school group in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique)

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Client: City of Nantes/Nantes Métropole. Architect: Raum.

This year 2022 is the mark the 40th edition of the Equerre d’Argent prize. His list of prizes will be presented in Paris, next November 21. As part of the annual prizes awarded by “AMC” and “Le Moniteur”, the jury had previously examined 25 operations delivered on French territory between September 1, 2021 and August 31, 2022. They are pre-selected from about 250 applications addressed this year to a committee composed of journalists from the editorial staff of the two journals.

The 25 named achievements are divided into five categories and therefore the following prizes can be obtained: “First work”, “Public spaces and landscape”, “Residential”, “Areas of Activities” and, finally, “Culture, youth and sports”. In this last category, five victories listed below will be presented to the jury members.

Besides the prizes awarded in each category, the operation that will surpass all others in the eyes of the judges will win the 40th Equerre d’Argent. All in all, the list of prizes is an opportunity to pay tribute the work done by the designerswho may have any nationality, and the contractors winning operation.

Last year, the Equerre d’Argent was awarded to the public service facilities in Neuvecelle, Savoie, designed for the town by the trio of agencies Atelier PNG, Atelier Julien Boidot and Emilien Robin. The 2021 “Culture, Youth and Sport” prize was awarded to the architects Tadao Ando, ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Niney and Marca, Pierre-Antoine Gatier, as well as the Pinault Collection, client, for transforming the Bourse de commerce into a contemporary art exhibition space in Paris (I).

The five operations named in the “Culture, youth and sports” category:

Multisports equipment in Meudon-la-Forêt (Hauts-de-Seine)
Client: Nexity/Ogic.
Architect: Marc Mimram Architecture & Associates.

Charles-Nègre media library in Grasse (Alpes-Maritimes)
Client: City of Grasse.
Architects: Ivry Serres Architecture and Beaudouin Architecture.

Crèche with 24 cradles in Paris (VIIe)
Client: Presidency of the Republic.
Architect: Atelier Régis Roudil Architectes.

Cultural center and creation of glass art in Meisenthal (Moselle)
Contracting authority: community of communities of Pays de Bitche.
Architects: So-Il and Freaks.

Alice-Guy school group in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique)
Client: City of Nantes/Nantes Métropole.
Architect: Raum.

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