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With this international competition, the Young Economic Chamber of Tours and the Centre region Maison de l'Architecture, in partnership with Tour(s)plus, the Ville de Tours and Mission Val de Loire UNESCO World Heritage, wish to emphasise that the art of living, heritage and architectural innovation constitute the triptych of the Centre region. This competition is open to architects under 30 years of age and students at schools of architecture and landscape, who can enter on the website, from 1st September to 31 October.
The 17th CORELA (Regional Conservation Centre for the banks of the Loire and its tributaries) Day of Meetings is taking place on Friday 10 October 2014 at the Espace Landrain in Ancenis (44). Water-dependent areas and all natural environments of alluvial valleys will be discussed.
These days, organised by the National Graduate School of Nature and Landscape (ENSNP) with support from the Minister for Ecology, will take place in Blois. They will comprise the presentation of theses, in the form of speeches, posters and field visits.
Listed on the General Inventory since 1987, the 18 coloured and enamelled painted ceramic tile pictures, largely the original work of Eugène Martial Simas, show varying degrees of deterioration requiring cleaning and consolidation works in order to restore their radiance and to round off the huge enhancement project for the station. Aware of the specific nature of the preservation of artistic heritage in public space, the Patrimoine – Environnement association, in partnership with Gares & Connexions has launched a call for contributions for their restoration.
In 2010, the City of Chalonnes-sur-Loire called on the services of a duo composed of visual artist Pierre Mabille and master glass artist Gilles Rousvoal to rework 12 of Saint-Maurille Church’s 14 stained-glass windows (the church is a listed Historical Monument). The project was voted “best national artistic submission” of 2012 by the Ministry of Culture and Communication’s National Advisory Committee on Public Commissions, for the quality of its creation and renovation. The contemporary stained-glass windows that now form an immediately apparent ensemble (blue in the south and yellow in the north) were inaugurated on 28 June 2014.
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25 September 2014

Choosing trees and bushes

To better adapt your ecological or landscape projects to local and regional environmental conditions, the National Botanical Conservatory of the Paris Basin (CBNBP) has created "Instructions for choosing trees and bushes for ecological and landscape vegetation in the Centre region".

25 September 2014

"Loire et loges" micro-architecture competition

With this international competition, the Young Economic Chamber of Tours and the Centre region Maison de l'Architecture, in partnership with Tour(s)plus, the Ville de Tours and Mission Val de Loire UNESCO World Heritage, wish to emphasise that the art of living, heritage and architectural innovat...

25 September 2014

Fluvial dynamics and ecology: Arms, branches.... water-dependent areas

The 17th CORELA (Regional Conservation Centre for the banks of the Loire and its tributaries) Day of Meetings is taking place on Friday 10 October 2014 at the Espace Landrain in Ancenis (44). Water-dependent areas and all natural environments of alluvial valleys will be discussed.

25 September 2014

2014-2015 Tourism O'Centre Training Sessions

With the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year, 26 training modules over more than 50 sessions are on offer to train and inform regional tourism stakeholders in terms of Sustainable development, E-tourism and Quality, and also Commercialisation this year. The training sessions are short and de...

25 September 2014

6th landscape doctoral days

These days, organised by the National Graduate School of Nature and Landscape (ENSNP) with support from the Minister for Ecology, will take place in Blois. They will comprise the presentation of theses, in the form of speeches, posters and field visits.

25 September 2014

Dictionary of Anjou painters

Loire Landscapes, of Saumur and Angers and depictions of everyday life - real scenes of provincial life in Anjou which we are able to discover, according to all artistic movements: Impressionism, Realism, Modernism, and so on. The publication's author is Fabrice Masson, art historian and former h...

25 September 2014

Restoration and maintenance of wetlands

On 8 September 2014, the Indre-et-Loire General Council and the Loire-Brittany Water Agency signed an initial territorial contract for the restoration and maintenance of wetlands classified as Sensitive Natural Areas.

25 September 2014

Participatory financing for the painted ceramics of the Gare de Tours train station

Listed on the General Inventory since 1987, the 18 coloured and enamelled painted ceramic tile pictures, largely the original work of Eugène Martial Simas, show varying degrees of deterioration requiring cleaning and consolidation works in order to restore their radiance and to round off the huge...

02 September 2014

Saint-Maurille de Chalonnes Church treats itself to new stained-glass windows

In 2010, the City of Chalonnes-sur-Loire called on the services of a duo composed of visual artist Pierre Mabille and master glass artist Gilles Rousvoal to rework 12 of Saint-Maurille Church’s 14 stained-glass windows (the church is a listed Historical Monument). The project was voted “best nati...

02 September 2014

3 publications on local heritage

Rochecorbon, Chaumont-sur-Loire and Fontevraud Abbey are all subjects of books published this summer.

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