Nantes-Orléans station in 1912 (SNCF National Archives ©All Rights Reserved)

Nantes train station: Withstanding the test of time

Figure 1 – Train station reduced model - Photo ©J.-L. Martin

Atmospheric Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Experiments at CSTB Nantes

Sevran-Beaudottes railway station. Project for the underground station on the future automated metro line 16. Ground level (Febr. 2016).

BIM Golden Award 2017

Questioning nomadic work

#Travailengare #Biennaledesign17

AREP celebrates its 20th anniversary

At 20, anything is possible
Picture of Pollutec 2016 shows a city

Pollutec 2016: AREP to attend the global event on environment

29th November - 2nd December 2016, Lyon, 27th international exhibition Pollutec
Darwin's marble bust on the colored spectrogram of thermal studies

Did you know that Darwin contributes to thermal comfort in train stations?

A case study about thermal comfort

Hellemmes Technicentre : Back to the Future

SNCF – SARDO - National Archives ©All Rights Reserved

La Baule-Escoublac: A train station with character

AREP’s comprehensive approach to BIM

Image previsualisation article_MIPIM2017

AREP at MIPIM 2017

A new deal for real estate
Banner of the article presenting the bridge at night

If dance traced lines of a bridge?

A China Design Project
Photo of a flooded street

Assessing territorial resilience

Face the consequences of climate change, what arbitration?
View over the escalators of the Saint Lazare station

Preparing stations for summer through step-by-step flow studies

Understanding flow studies
The present Metz railway station, fourth of that name, in 1908 SNCF - SARDO- National Archives ©All Rights Reserved

Metz Railway Station: A Monument through Time

Collaborate to innovate

Connecting professionals through innovative collaborative workshops

Inventing the contemporary station

A book devoted to stations that teams which now form AREP have contribued to designing

RER C, the underpasses of the Gare des Invalides

Presentation of the station of Invalides before the phase of works of summer
Image of a sensor open next to a computer to be programmed

The Future of IoT: Less Flashy, More Disruptive

Surely you must have heard of it

Building with Moroccan light

Capturing and staging the Moroccan light