Modernist architecture in Guadeloupe and Martinique   Jean Doucet,   Adam Martinique - January 2008 Symposium « Caribbean ...
Several Aspects of the modern architectural production in Guadeloupe and Martinique Chronology marks 1927  hurricane + 192...
An important heritage … Maison Monplaisir, Fort-de-France, 1946 Rue Frébaud, Pointe-à-Pitre
…  with a wide diffusion Le Lorrain, Martinique Lamentin, Guadeloupe
Lycée Schoelcher, Fort-de-France,  1936
Lamentin, Guadeloupe,  c. 1933
<ul><li>Statistic distribution of architectural styles </li></ul><ul><li>1. district of Terres Sainville, Fort-de-France  ...
architects Caillat, Corbin, De Lavigne, Amarias, Desbordes, Lison, Salasc, Lamartinière , … Savane de Fort-de-France, 1954
A wide popularisation Bellefontaine
Créolisation : assimilate the standards of the new architecture
The use of primary colors
primary colors néo-plasticism Théo Van Doesburg « Architecture vue d’en haut », 1923
A success of the modernistic architecture Palais du Gouverneur, Basse-Terre, 1933 Maison Monplaisir, Fort-de-France, 1946
A success of the modernistic architecture Régale, Rivière-Pilote, 1957  Maison Jean-Louis, Fort-de-France, c. 1940
An important heritage
 
Some bioclimatic solutions
Ferly house, Petit-Bourg, Guadeloupe, arch. G.M. Corbin, ‘60
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Architecture moderniste en martinique

  1. 1. Modernist architecture in Guadeloupe and Martinique Jean Doucet, Adam Martinique - January 2008 Symposium « Caribbean Modernist Architecture », organized by Museum of Modern Arts (Moma, New-York), to Kingstown - Jamaica, 29 February - 1st March, 2008
  2. 2. Several Aspects of the modern architectural production in Guadeloupe and Martinique Chronology marks 1927 hurricane + 1929 economic crisis : public reconstruction programs in Guadeloupe 1929 second eruption of the Mount Pelé + economic crisis : public reconstruction programs in Martinique C. 1930 Church of Le Prêcheur 1962 First HLM (social housing) : cité Saint-Georges, in Fort-de-France . Baie Mahault, Guadeloupe (Ali Tur)
  3. 3. An important heritage … Maison Monplaisir, Fort-de-France, 1946 Rue Frébaud, Pointe-à-Pitre
  4. 4. … with a wide diffusion Le Lorrain, Martinique Lamentin, Guadeloupe
  5. 5. Lycée Schoelcher, Fort-de-France, 1936
  6. 6. Lamentin, Guadeloupe, c. 1933
  7. 7. <ul><li>Statistic distribution of architectural styles </li></ul><ul><li>1. district of Terres Sainville, Fort-de-France  </li></ul><ul><li>2. district of Clairière, Fort-de-France </li></ul><ul><li>3. down town of Fort-de-France </li></ul><ul><li>4. district of Bellevue, Ermitage, Trénelle, Sainte-Thérèse (suburbs of Fort-de-France)  </li></ul><ul><li>5. village of Schœlcher ; </li></ul><ul><li>6. village of Sainte-Anne. </li></ul>48 % 26 % 41 % 37 % 29 % 15 % Formless architecture 13 % 26 % 9 % 34 % 10 % 6 % Other forms 21 % 25 % 15 % 7 % 11 % 30 % Wooden architecture 18 % 23 % 35 % 21 % 50 % 49 % Modernistic building 6 5 4 3 2 1 Sites
  8. 8. architects Caillat, Corbin, De Lavigne, Amarias, Desbordes, Lison, Salasc, Lamartinière , … Savane de Fort-de-France, 1954
  9. 9. A wide popularisation Bellefontaine
  10. 10. Créolisation : assimilate the standards of the new architecture
  11. 11. The use of primary colors
  12. 12. primary colors néo-plasticism Théo Van Doesburg « Architecture vue d’en haut », 1923
  13. 13. A success of the modernistic architecture Palais du Gouverneur, Basse-Terre, 1933 Maison Monplaisir, Fort-de-France, 1946
  14. 14. A success of the modernistic architecture Régale, Rivière-Pilote, 1957 Maison Jean-Louis, Fort-de-France, c. 1940
  15. 15. An important heritage
  16. 17. Some bioclimatic solutions
  17. 18. Ferly house, Petit-Bourg, Guadeloupe, arch. G.M. Corbin, ‘60

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