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Old Posted Oct 13, 2006, 3:36 PM
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LYON - projects & updates

Time to focus the second city of France

Musée de la Confluence





La Confluence

Les Docks:






Le Pôle de loisirs & la darse:





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Old Posted Oct 13, 2006, 3:44 PM
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La cité administrative





TOUR OXYGENE - 115m





















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Old Posted Oct 14, 2006, 8:58 AM
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Many housing buildings under in construction
Lyon
boulevard Vivier Merle, ZAC La Buire

Le Terracota Buire 2008

Le Tiffany La Buire Lyon 3ème

Univeristé Lyon 3 2008


Part-Dieu Park

L'ADAGIO

[IMG]Le Pluriel rue de la Madeleine Lyon 7ème[/IMG]

Bron
Théodore, Bron

Résidence Chantelouve, Bron

Villeurbanne
CARRE FLORIAN, cours tolstoi, villeubanne

LES JARDINS OTTAVIA, rue Colin / angle rue Ottavi, Villeurbanne

NEAPOLIS, rue leon blum , villeurbanne:
Le Clair Jardin Villeurbanne

City park, rue berthelot, villeubanne

Le Wilson place Wilson Villeurbanne


Carre de lune, Tassin la demi lune 2008


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Old Posted Oct 14, 2006, 6:21 PM
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New Oxygene tower 115m




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Old Posted Oct 14, 2006, 8:25 PM
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One thing the really impresses me is the diversity of architecture. All this new stuff plus the historic districts (been there! ) will be a great combo.

as for the Tour Oxygene - meh. It's nice and I wouldn't mind a tower like that going up in my 'hood, but fairly bland still IMO.
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great updates on all those new housing projects.
when is there going to be something done against that disgusting slab of la Part Dieu ?
got some info about La Duchere ?
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ZAC Bertholot– Epargne


Rue Audibert et Lavirotte / Rue de l’Epargne

rue de l’Epargne / rue de l'Eternité

rue de l'Eternité

rue Audibert / rue Lavirotte / rue de L'Eternité

Rue Audibert/Rue Lavirotte


Vaise - Gorge de Loup


1 offices building

2Les terrasses du 9e

Vaise - Rue des Tuileries


Vaise - Rue Sergent Michel Berthet

Le Cabestan finish



La Grand' Voile
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Old Posted Oct 14, 2006, 10:55 PM
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Part Dieu

Villette (offices building)



Gerland ZAC Bon Lait









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Old Posted Oct 18, 2006, 5:43 AM
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Is there a shortage of houses or are people moving back to the city ?
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Has there been made a decision for the new football stadium of Olympique Lyonnais ?
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Has there been made a decision for the new football stadium of Olympique Lyonnais ?
Well the location has been chosen: Décines.
It appears to be a 60.000 seater => who knows any renderings ?

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some interesting low rise projects:









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sweet, I would love to visit that city someday. they are really pushing so good architecture
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I must congratulate you for the impressive amount of work you've done here Grumpy ! This thread is extremely well-documented !
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I must congratulate you for the impressive amount of work you've done here Grumpy ! This thread is extremely well-documented !
Je vous remercie mais n'oublie pas la participation de Minato Ku non plus svp.
Le plus qu'on sais sur Lyon , le plus interessant pour tous ici

some more impressions of the Confluence project:


























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I must congratulate you for the impressive amount of work you've done here Grumpy ! This thread is extremely well-documented !
Thank you very much
I try to get this city more in the spotlights here cause it is very under rated imo.

The 'Confluence' project has now a update in english:
http://www.la-confluence.fr/index.php?force_flag_ID=2
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The information booth at the project:











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Old Posted Nov 20, 2006, 5:39 PM
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Carré de Soie:

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Recently T3 got inaugurated which brings you from the city centre to Meyzieu

http://www.sytral.fr/fileadmin/templ..._38_Lea_T3.pdf

the trams do have a special design...
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Oxygène : a big rendering :

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