Inauguration of the new premises of the PCA agency
56-58, rue Vieille du Temple27.11.2014 #art
Last Thursday evening, Philippe Chiambaretta celebrated the inauguration of the new offices of PCA – the architectural firm he created in 2000 – as well as the launch of the third issue of Stream magazine.
You will now find the agency at 56-58 rue Vieille du Temple, well located in place of a former printing house. Entirely restructured, with the creation of a central patio allowing a new distribution of spaces, the building illustrates the research carried out by the PCA agency around innovative work spaces, as well as its predilection for artistic collaborations. It is also an opportunity to bring together the agency’s different worlds: architects, investors, developers, artists, gallery owners, landscape designers, graphic designers, publishers, etc.
In parallel to the big housewarming party, PCA unveiled an exhibition around STREAM, a biennial magazine conceived as the agency’s laboratory: a place for meeting, reflection and multidisciplinary research. The third issue, devoted to the changes in urban planning in the Anthropocene era, has been in bookshops since November, with a cover by Pierre Huyghe (a film of which is shown in the agency’s cinema). A complete and architectural program.