"… Trees are often a source of inspiration to me; I see them like complex structures elaborated from simple rules, growing coherently and continuously in time and space. The efficiency of those structures are based on the notions of redundancy and differentiation opposing the concepts of modern engineering such as modern optimisation and repetition…”
This is the way David Serero describes his project for the new auditorium of Saint Cyprien. Located in the middle of an open park, the inside of the edifice melts with the outside surrounding creating a chilled, strolled and complaisant atmosphere. More here.