HD - 2015 - French - 8x26 min - Color
Paris Style Architecture Season 3
Architecture à domicile (original title)
A film by Christophe Kilian & Amandine Ceccaldi
This documentary series invites you to discover France’s architecture through very special cities, from the south to the North, from Bordeaux to Rouen. A surprising and authentic trip to discover the architectural beauties of the country.
EPISODE 1 « Typical houses of the Pays Basque »
More than just a house, the « Etxe » symbolizes the familial heritage, the base of the Basque community social and political system. Let us push the door of several houses to understand the characteristics of the three types of the Basque house.
EPISODE 2 « Biarritz, seaside resort architecture »
The Biarritz architecture is characterized by a surprising architectural variety, at least a motley one. By going and meeting numerous houses, we will be able to enjoy the different styles that coexist harmoniously in the city.
EPISODE 3 « Norman architecture panorama»
Norman house and timbered cottage represent all by themselves the symbol of Normandy and its archetypal shape. Above the postcard imagery, this is a guided tour of the mythical architectures of the Norman grove and coast.
EPISODE 4 « Le Havre, concrete poetry »
Enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage of mankind of 2015, Le Havre downtown is an exceptional sample of the post war architecture and town planning. Let yourself led through innovative exploitation of concrete potentials.
EPISODE 5 « Stalls of Bordeaux »
The city of Bordeaux has been for several centuries significant commercial place. As a witness of this prosperity acquired since the 18th century, town planning of ancient part of the city reflects the first function of Bordeaux: little warehouses, stalls and shops form the main part of the urban link inside the historic districts.
EPISODE 6 « Bordeaux, the architectural spring »
Committed in an ambitious project of urban requalification since 1996, Bordeaux, the 5th city in France by population, continues its transformation, mixing its architectural heritage with a new contemporary architecture.
EPISODE 7 « Lyon, a trade city »
Lyon became at a very early stage a significant commercial place. As the city grew, a specific figure of the town appeared on the hill of the Croix Rousse district that used to be from the beginning of the 19th century the silk industry place.
EPISODE 8 « Lyon, the architectural turning point »
Sometimes regarded as wise and discrete, Lyon seemed henceforth to present the ambition to move on from its prestigious architectural past. A bold and fantasy wind blow on the facilities of nowadays, with a steady elegance.