For the second consecutive year, Brugère, the wood peeling factory, provides by the National School of Architecture of Versailles with beech plywood for their project “TO LIVE IS TO BE AT HOME EVERYWHERE”.
“TO LIVE IS TO BE AT HOME EVERYWHERE” what's that?
An exhibition within the school
The making of the object is accompanied by a collective experiment. The objects will be exhibited during the establishment's open house on January 31st and February 1st and will thus be able to interact with visitors. The juxtaposition of all the uses on the same site, transforms it into an open and temporary collective dwelling.
The choice of plywood
According to Elisabeth Lemercier, "plywood panels are the simplest construction base for making solid objects with few means of transformation and with the constraint of being able to dismantle and transport them easily".
It is from this postulate that the students of the architect Elisabeth Lemercier have created a series of furniture in flat beech plywood and the result is a success!