Messager Paris 12
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Franklin Azzi : Architect

« Messager is the expression of a new urban and citizen awareness »

The goal with Messager is to design a building template that will offer considerable flexibility of use and societal evolution in the years to come, without being obliged to erase the past.
The new generation that we represent has an urban and civic conscience that tries to conserve and construct buildings in a sustainable way.
Messager is an office building that has a real role as an energy catalyst.
Inclusive, highly functional, fluid and bright, Messager organises the spaces in such a way that all possible layouts can be accommodated. Teams can thus collaborate in the best possible conditions and enjoy the feeling of working in a unique place.

Fully reversible into housing, it meets the challenges of the changing city and the future town planning regulations of the City of Paris. A destination and living space that opens onto the new district and sets the tone for future stock.

Franklin Azzi uses a cross-disciplinary approach in his Parisian agency, created in 2006, which is fuelled by the interweaving of views and disciplines. By constantly bringing architecture, interior architecture, design and contemporary art into contact with each other, he is developing an art of designing and building that is appropriate for all scales and types of space.
Franklin Azzi


Creating places to live

Hame agency

Hame agency

Represented by Nicolas Beyret, Jean-Rémy Dostes and Paul Jaquet, the agency is based on the pooling of skills in architecture, urban planning and heritage in order to respond in a comprehensive manner and at all levels to the demands of today's city.

The Paris-based architecture firm is involved in all types of real estate projects (refurbishment, conversions and new construction), integrating them perfectly into their immediate surroundings and focusing on the sustainable city of tomorrow.