|||||||With its sculptural helix, Le Galilée marks the start of a wider urban development|The helix joins two separate buildings, adding continuity|The concrete structure was created by a custom mould|Fire access windows punctuate the facade, softening its appearance|Passing under the veil the courtyard opens up into a public space|The Shingle – a white concrete dome/bike shed||
18 Oct 2010

Studio Bellecour’s helix office

Words by James McLachlan

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