Combas uses natural stone to build "warm and robust" juvenile detention facility in Marseilles

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This detention centre for minors in Marseilles offers an alternative to oppressive prison architecture through its muted material palette of natural stone and board-marked concrete.

Nice-based architecture office Combas was responsible for designing the facility in the Chutes Lavie neighbourhood of Marseille’s 13th arrondissement.

The studio was selected for the …read more

From:: dezeen.com