Following the Atlas of Forms, Poursuite publishes Électricité de France, the first book from the Atlas of the Natural Regions. In 75 photographs, Eric Tabuchi draws up a typology of distribution stations – those buildings that transform high-voltage electricity into low-voltage electricity – and highlights the relationship between the utility giant and regional architecture. These technical constructions, which we do not pay much attention to as they are part of our environment, take into effect, when we observe them, very varied appearances. Although most of them are concrete and above all functional, many of them, to blend in with the...
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