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Livre 1. Voici le premier livre des Fables de Jean de La Fontaine publié par le fabuliste à l’âge de 47 ans. Inspiré de l’oeuvre du fabuliste grec Ésope, Jean de La Fontaine met en scène les animaux pour mieux décrire les éternels comportements humains. Éternels ? Oui ! Car plus de trois siècles après leur première publication, les lecteurs y reconnaissent la société contemporaine. (de Jean Lambert)
 
This is an Audio collection of French poetry read by French Professor Vina Tirven-Gadum and her husband Tim Tirven-Gadum. The recordings form part of a French course which is available on-line at Athabasca University entitled “Initiation à la littérature d’expression française FREN 358. By visiting the Athabasca University Digitization Portal (http://digiport.athabascau.ca), you can access information on the poets and selected poems. The full-text of selected poems is also available and acco ...
 
Because reading is interpretation, The Well Read Poem aims to teach you how to read with understanding! Hosted by poet Thomas Banks of The House of Humane Letters, these short episodes will introduce you to both well-known and obscure poets and will focus on daily recitation, historical and intellectual background, elements of poetry, light explication, and more! Play this podcast daily and practice reciting! The next week, get a new poem. Grow in your understanding and love of poetry by lea ...
 
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🇺🇸🇬🇧 Com d'Archi : the first bilingual podcast that opens the doors to the fascinating world of architecture. Every Monday with a portrait in French, every Wednesday with a project in English, meet Anne-Charlotte, doctor in History of Architecture in Paris, communicator and author, in the company of her guests: architects, specialists, artists, entrepreneurs, all those who make architecture. Each episode is nourished by a sensitive look at our heritage, as well as at architecture and the cha ...
 
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In this issue of Com d'Archi, the architecture firm a/LTA located in Rennes, France, tells us about the "Jean de la Fontaine" kindergarten project in Tours, France, that they designed. The architects, gave their vision of "openness" applied to the space in this design, where the children's experience is one of the best parts of their learning. Imag…
 
Ponchâteau is a commune in the west of France, located in the Pays de la Loire region. It counts today approximately 11000 inhabitants. The regional council of the Pays de la Loire region is carrying out a major project for a new multi-purpose high school in this town. The new building is made of wood and includes a bioclimatic hall, classrooms, mu…
 
In French in this CDA S3#76 (monday online), “ Change and transmission, to heart ”, an interview of Raphaël Saillard, Evelyne Rocheteau and Eric Saillard associates. In English in CDA S3#75 (wednesday online), “A project to discover” par Raphaël Saillard, ARS Architects office. En français dans le CDA S3#76 (lundi en ligne), " Changement et transmi…
 
The emblematic agency Leclercq Associés, after issues #19 and #20 of Season 2, returns to Com d'Archi for a series of podcasts, with guests and themes of its choice. This week, we open the series with a fluoroscopy on the subject of "Wood that cities are made of"! This is the theme and the title of the book that the agency Leclercq Associés has jus…
 
In French in this CDA S3#74 (monday online), “Le bois dont on fait les villes” radioscopy, an interview of Michèle Leloup, François Leclercq, Paul Laigle. In English in CDA S3#75 (wednesday online), “The wood that makes our cities” by Leclercq Associés office. En français dans le CDA S3#74 (lundi en ligne), " Le bois dont on fait les villes " radio…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, the architecture firm Ateliers 2/3/4/ located in Paris, France, tells us about the "Aquatic Centre Paris 2024" project in Saint-Denis, France, that they designed. The architects, give their vision of this very emblematic project they won in front of big, famous and international teams. Image DR © Ateliers 2/3/4/ Sound …
 
In French in this CDA S3#72 (monday online), “The making of a better world”, an interview of Laure Mériaud and Florian Luneau, two of the twelve associates of the French famous architecture office Ateliers 2/3/4/. In English in CDA S3#73 (wednesday online), “Aquatic Centre Paris 2024, Plaine Saulnier, Saint-Denis, France” by Ateliers 2/3/4/,Paris, …
 
In French in this CDA S3#70 (monday online), “The architect's job, building”, an interview of Maxime Le Trionnaire et Gwénaël Le Chapelain leading architects of a/LTA. In English in CDA S3#71 (wednesday online), “Jean de La Fontaine kindergarten school, Tours, France” by a/LTA architects and urban planners, Rennes, France. En français dans le CDA S…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Gaspard Bégué, Alice Riergert, Floriant Bonny, Marguerite Charles, Maxime Bardou : landscapers, Cynthia Bonnefille : architect, tell us about their project Rabo Rabo in Grenoble, France. This laboratory imagined for the European 16 competition, dedicated to the future and the plant species, tell us more about the Greno…
 
In this eighth season of The Well Read Poem, we are reading six poems about birds. Since antiquity, birds have supplied rich material to poets, being by turns regal, charming, absurd, delicate, dangerous, and philosophical creatures. This season is dedicated to the animal lovers in our audience, particularly to Emily Raible who suggested the subjec…
 
In French in this CDA S3#68 (monday online), “Hatching in the emergencies situation”, an interview of Marguerite Charles and Alice Riegert, landscapers. In English in CDA S3#69 (wednesday online), “Labo Rabo in Grenoble, France” by the Europan 16 Team, winners for Grenoble project : GASPARD BÉGUÉ (FR), ALICE RIEGERT (FR), FLORIANT BONNY (FR), MARGU…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Nicolas Laisné, founder of the famous office Nicolas Laisné Architectes, Paris, France, tells us (himself) about his co-housing architecture project in Huningue France, facing Basel, Switzerland. What if we redefined our ways of living together through architecture? To be discovered in this issue. Image DR © LUXIGON_LA…
 
In this eighth season of The Well Read Poem, we are reading six poems about birds. Since antiquity, birds have supplied rich material to poets, being by turns regal, charming, absurd, delicate, dangerous, and philosophical creatures. This season is dedicated to the animal lovers in our audience, particularly to Emily Raible who suggested the subjec…
 
In French in this CDA S3#66 (monday online), “Architecture, support for a change of life”, an interview of Nicolas Laisné architect. In English in CDA S3#67 (wednesday online), “Co-living in Huningue, France” by Nicolas Laisné architect. En français dans le CDA S3#66 (lundi en ligne), " L'architecture, support d'un changement de vie ", une intervie…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Nathanaël, Marc, Victor and Félix architects, founders of Carré Noir, Montreuil, France, tell us the main intentions of their Europan 16 runner-up project in Limoges, France. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this Anatomy and regeneration of a critical metabolism project by NATHANAËL PINARD (FR), MARC VIAUD (FR…
 
In this eighth season of The Well Read Poem, we are reading six poems about birds. Since antiquity, birds have supplied rich material to poets, being by turns regal, charming, absurd, delicate, dangerous, and philosophical creatures. This season is dedicated to the animal lovers in our audience, particularly to Emily Raible who suggested the subjec…
 
In French in this CDA S3#64 (monday online), “The architect, a protean”, an interview of Nathanaël Pinard and Marc Viaud architects and founders with Victor Dussap and Félix Roudier-Canler of the collective of architecture Carré Noir. In English in CDA S3#65 (wednesday online), “The cure : anatomy and regeneration of a critical metabolism project i…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Pierre Champenois, architect, founder of "Champenois Architectes" Montreuil, France, tell us the main intentions of the very interesting Utopia project Bruz, France. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this story of Utopia project by "Champenois Architectes". Image DR © Philippe PIRON Sound engineering : Julien R…
 
In this eighth season of The Well Read Poem, we are reading six poems about birds. Since antiquity, birds have supplied rich material to poets, being by turns regal, charming, absurd, delicate, dangerous, and philosophical creatures. This season is dedicated to the animal lovers in our audience, particularly to Emily Raible who suggested the subjec…
 
In French in this CDA S3#62 (monday online), “Anchorages”, an interview of Pierre Champenois architect, founder and director of Champenois Architects, Montreuil, France. In English in CDA S3#63 (wednesday online), “The Utopia project, Bruz, France” by Champenois Architects. En français dans le CDA S3#62 (lundi en ligne), "Ancrages", une interview d…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Marion Lacas (FR) and Jacques Ippoliti (FR) architect urbanist, founders of VIS-A-VIS Land, Paris, France, tell us the main intentions of their Europan 16 winners project in La Porte du Hainaut, France. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this short stories by Marion Lacas (FR) and Jacques Ippoliti (FR) architect…
 
In this eighth season of The Well Read Poem, we are reading six poems about birds. Since antiquity, birds have supplied rich material to poets, being by turns regal, charming, absurd, delicate, dangerous, and philosophical creatures. This season is dedicated to the animal lovers in our audience, particularly to Emily Raible who suggested the subjec…
 
In French in this CDA S3#60 (monday online), “Opening up the world of architecture”, an interview of Marion Lacas and Jacques Ippoliti architects and urban planners, founder and director of VIS-À-VIS land. In English in CDA S3#61 (wednesday online), “Short stories from the fragmented City” by VIS-À-VIS land, Europan 16 winning project for the Porte…
 
The Com d'Archi S3#59 is dedicated to the Diderot project of Suzel Brout architecture office and the way of the architect until this project nominated to the famous Equerre d'Argent prize few years ago. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this text written by Suzel Brout herself. Image DR © Hervé Abbadie Sound engineering : Julien Rebours ___…
 
In this eighth season of The Well Read Poem, we will be reading six poems about birds. Since antiquity, birds have supplied rich material to poets, being by turns regal, charming, absurd, delicate, dangerous, and philosophical creatures. This season is dedicated to the animal lovers in our audience, particularly to Emily Raible who suggested the su…
 
In French in this CDA S3#58 (monday online), “From the ideal figure to its realization”, an interview of Suzel Brout architect, founder and director of aasb. In English in CDA S3#59 (wednesday online), “On the way to the Diderot residence in Paris, France” by Suzel Brout aasb. En français dans le CDA S3#58 (lundi en ligne), "De la figure idéale à s…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Leonard Cattoni (FR), landscape engineer, Charline Rollet (FR), Manon Bonicel (FR) – architects, Emmanuelle Blondeau (FR) – architect urbanist Paris, France, tell us the main intentions of their Europan 16 winners project in Niort France. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this precise text by Leonard Cattoni, C…
 
In French in this CDA S3#56 (monday online), “The man who planted trees”, an interview of Léonard Cattoni landscaper and urban planner, founder and director of Réseau(x) office. In English in CDA S3#57 (wednesday online), “Niort a Land Port project, France ” by Leonard Cattoni (FR), landscape engineer, Charline Rollet (FR), Manon Bonicel (FR) – arc…
 
Richez Associés, with 115 employees and 37 years of existence, is now one of the top 20 architectural agencies in France. Its particularity is to design architecture, urban planning and landscape projects "on the move". Here we tell you about the path this agency has taken and its singularity. Image DR © Richez Associés, Development of Faubourg Sai…
 
In French in this CDA S3#54 (monday online), “Finding the Garden of Eden”, an interview of Thomas Richez architect founder, partner and chairman and Vincent Cottet, landscaper and partner of Richez Associés office. In English in CDA S3#55 (wednesday online), “The way of Richez Associés, architecture, urbanism, landscape Office based in Paris, Franc…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Clément Besnault and Chloé Coffre tell us the main intentions of their _Europan 16 special mention_ project in Auneuil France, after presenting their own practice. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this precise text by Clément Besnault and Chloé Coffre. Image DR © by abc architectes, Atelier Besnault et Coffre …
 
In French in this CDA S3#52 (monday online), “Architecture, in democracy”, an interview of Chloé Coffre and Clément Besnault architects and founders of abc architectes, Atelier Besnault et Coffre. In English in CDA S3#53 (wednesday online), “INTER TENEMENT project in Auneuil, France ” by Chloé Coffre and Clément Besnault architects, special mention…
 
For this new episode of the Com d'archi podcast, Emmanuel Combarel has written a singular text on the project: "Campus EDF de Saclay - Plateau de Saclay near Paris France" _ECDM architects_. The project was delivered in 2015. It is a training centre. A very good approach to discover. Image DR © Schnepp Renou Sound engineering : Julien Rebours ___ I…
 
In French in this CDA S3#50 (monday online), “A welcoming and protective architecture”, an interview of Emmanuel Combarel architect, ecdm architects office. In English in CDA S3#51 (wednesday online), " EDF Campus of Saclay – Plateau de Saclay, France ” by Emmanuel Combarel architect. En français dans le CDA S3#50 (lundi en ligne), "Une architectur…
 
ATRIUM FOR LʼUNIVERSITE PIERRE ET MARIE CURIE / PARIS 6 FRANCE / ON THE JUSSIEU CAMPUS, 75005 an architecture by ANNE-FRANCOISE JUMEAU ARCHITECTES and PERIPHERIQUES ARCHITECTES : in this Com d'archi, the story of the project by Anne-Françoise Jumeau Architect. Image DR © Luc Boegly Sound engineering : Julien Rebours ___ If you like the podcast do n…
 
In this seventh season, we are reading six poems about romantic love. Love may seem to be the most fundamental subject for poetry, but interestingly, it is not. When we consider the great poetic traditions of almost any people, we find that love is by no means the first matter that has inspired their poets. The poems we will read together come from…
 
In French in this CDA S3#48 (monday online), “Architecture, with fun”, an interview of Anne-Françoise Jumeau architect. In English in CDA S3#49 (wednesday online), "Atrium for the Pierre et Marie Curie University” by Anne-Françoise Jumeau architect. En français dans le CDA S3#48 (lundi en ligne), "L’architecture, avec plaisir", une interview de Ann…
 
The Museum of the Epic of the Amazons and Kings of Danhomé is an architectural project project currently being developed by Françoise N'Thépé. This project is rooted in the legendary stories of African tradition and speaks of Amazons. What kind of architecture for such a symbolism? Find out in the episode of course. In this issue of Com d'Archi you…
 
In this seventh season, we are reading six poems about romantic love. Love may seem to be the most fundamental subject for poetry, but interestingly, it is not. When we consider the great poetic traditions of almost any people, we find that love is by no means the first matter that has inspired their poets. The poems we will read together come from…
 
In French in this CDA S3#46 (monday online), “Des savoir-faire ancestraux et une architecture contemporaine”, an interview of Françoise N’Thépé architect. In English in CDA S3#47 (wednesday online), "Museum of the Epic of the Amazons and Kings of Danhomè, Abomey, Benin” by Françoise N’Thépé. En français dans le CDA S3#46 (lundi en ligne), "Bâtir av…
 
"Together we are designing living, changing and more liveable cities", say Claire Roy, Adélie Collard and Elisabeth Boscher about their project "Dour, Koad, Ker" in Quimper, France. Indeed, through this project mentioned in the framework of Europan 16, they propose a method and a soft response to face climate change. In this issue of Com d'Archi yo…
 
In this seventh season, we are going to read six poems about romantic love. Love may seem to be the most fundamental subject for poetry, but interestingly, it is not. When we consider the great poetic traditions of almost any people, we find that love is by no means the first matter that has inspired their poets. The poems we will read together com…
 
In French in this CDA S3#44 (monday online), “Building with large natural frameworks”, an interview of Claire Roy and Adélie Collard associate architect of Rerum office, and Elisabeth Boscher architect. In English in CDA S3#45 (wednesday online), " Dour, Koad, Ker project in Quimper in France, Europan 16” by Claire Roy, Adélie Collard et Elisabeth …
 
The Jaurès Petit housing project in Paris by Archi5 proposes to engage the project's actors, as well as the inhabitants, in a rational, visionary and sustainable approach to urban transformation. This Archi5 text about this project is read by Esther. Image DR © Archi5 Sound engineering : Julien Rebours ___ If you like the podcast do not hesitate: .…
 
In this seventh season, we are going to read six poems about romantic love. Love may seem to be the most fundamental subject for poetry, but interestingly, it is not. When we consider the great poetic traditions of almost any people, we find that love is by no means the first matter that has inspired their poets. The poems we will read together com…
 
In French in this CDA S3#42 (monday online), “Architecture, an infinite discipline ", an interview of Anne Pezzoni, associate architect of Archi5 office. In English with in CDA S3#43 (wednesday online), " Jaurès Petit housing project” by Archi5 office. En français dans le CDA S3#42 (lundi en ligne), "L’architecture, discipline infinie", une intervi…
 
In this issue of Com d'Archi, Lydia Blasco Yubero (YAP office) and Marine Oudard tell us the story of their Europan 16 runner up project in Bassens-Bordeaux France, after presenting their own practice. On behalf of Anne-Charlotte, Esther reads this precise text by Lydia Blasco Yubero and Marine Oudard. Image DR © Lydia Blasco Yubero + Marine Oudard…
 
In this seventh season, we are going to read six poems about romantic love. Love may seem to be the most fundamental subject for poetry, but interestingly, it is not. When we consider the great poetic traditions of almost any people, we find that love is by no means the first matter that has inspired their poets. The poems we will read together com…
 
In French in this CDA S3#40 (Monday online), “Travel is formative for young people", an interview of Marine Oudard, runner up of Europan 16 with Lydia Blasco Yubero for their Bassens-Bordeaux project. In English with in CDA S3#41 (Wednesday online), "The architects and urban planners of River Strip(s) project in Bassens (33), by herselves” an intro…
 
This project of school, is designed by inFABric architects with Chartier Dalix mandatory architects. This unique project in many ways is described by Anita and Fabien Barthelemy, founders of inFABric architects. Image DR © Chartier Dalix Sound engineering : Julien Rebours ___ If you like the podcast do not hesitate: . to subscribe so you don't miss…
 
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