The project is based on the monorail's structure in Orléans, this study takes part in a research based on the form and figure inside the contemporary landscape (countryside). The project is located at the end of the 18km monorail, forming a perpendicular line of 1.5km.
The structure, which measures and defines space, form an island composed of singular spaces. The result is a non-systematic sequence of spaces that introduce time through architecture's archetypes such as the Hadrian's pool, the auditorium but also more singular pavilions.
We sleep there, we stay a while or just eat.
localisation: Orléans, France
partner: Deniz Basman
professor: Cédric Libert
2012 Société Métallurgique Gargini - 2 months internship
cutting and implementation of metal pieces
2013 François Fontès - 2 months internship
work on models and development of a sport center
2013 InAD - free lance agency with Jean-Christophe Petillault
2014 METRA + associés - 2 months internship
work on social housing and urban planing
2014 Bon Esprit magazine - creation with Morgan Lacroix
2014 professor assistant of Cedric Libert - 6 months
2015 Korean National University of Art - 6 months
2016 Jean-Benoît Vétillard architect - 8 months internship
work on scenography, office development and international competition
2016 architecture diploma with the project: "Mare Nostrum"
Louis Mounis is an architect who has studied at the Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture in Paris since 2011. He had the opportunity to spend 6 months in Seoul at the Korean National University of Arts and has worked on projects based in France, Italy, Belgium, Germany. He just pass his diploma in October 2016 with Deniz Başman under the direction of Cédric Libert, Sébastien Chabbert, Reza Azard and Doris Von Drathen. They have explored the habitat memory around the Mediterranean sea.
He develops its projects through a sensitive approach to the territory; reporting this large scale through the memory of places and habitat conditions. During his studies, since 2014 he edited in collaboration with Morgan Lacroix a magazine distributed in different countries, BON ESPRIT magazine, dedicated to artistic practice through new generations.
During his professional experience he was able to work on various scales from social housing to set design while learning the rigor and precision needed to carry out a project.
2017 project chief assistant at Ateliers Jean Nouvel