Located in Nanterre (Paris suburbs) in the Pablo Picasso district, these 18 towers were erected by the architect Emile Aillaud between 1973 and 1981 and have more than 1600 dwellings. They have always attracted the eye of the artist and lead to his questioning. Why these forms? What do we see from up there? How do we live here? You […]
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