For the new St-Georges building, we were given the rare opportunity to reinterpret and quite literally, expand our own architecture.
In the early '90s, we repurposed the existing ‘maison de maître’ into a lively art gallery.
Now, thirty years later, we opted for an architecture that epitomises the site’s history and extends into a new adjoining building, an impressive concrete structure with a cascade-like form.
Variations on light and proportion give each floor a distinct character, which will hopefully compel both the artists and the visitor.
Transcending the traditional white-cube, the new St-Georges gallery aims to be a destination that unites the old with the new, the intimate with the monumental.