$1,000, Vectorworks software and training for the university
"Work and life in symbiosis"
ENSA Paris Val-de-Seine
In his project "Work and Life in Symbiosis," Ildut Lesteven, a master's student at the National School of Architecture Paris Val-de-Seine, questions the current way of living and working. He draws inspiration from the work of Lacaton & Vassal, especially reinterpreting agricultural architecture and the "double skin" principle. Ildut's design combines a residential home, an architectural office and a hemp processing workshop, bringing all these functions together in one large hall. Like Lacaton & Vassal, he wanted to create a technical, modular, yet pleasing shell that both insulates the building and provides a solution for storing and drying hay.