Carnoux-en-Provence, town of south of France, was created ex-nihilo in the 1960s by the French repatriate from Morocco and Algeria. I have always found beautiful its flat-roofed villas, its buildings and shop inspired by exoticism and modern style. A recent restructuring project of his downtown has initiated the refurbishment or even the destruction of several buildings. I wanted to capture […]
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