The Building Site

In the beginning, IRCAM was entirely underground, located under the fountain designed by Niki de Saint-Phalle and Jean Tinguely on the Place Igor-Stravinsky. In 1990, the tower designed by Renzo Piano was erected on the corner of the Piazza, making IRCAM a visual element of Paris' urban landscape. Since 1996, the institute façade has become a hybrid, including two other disparate spaces adjoining the tower; the former Jules-Ferry school and a building that once housed the public baths (Bains-Douches).

Basement

Volume Research and Creation

Architects: Renzo Piano + Richard Rogers
Inauguration: October 1978
Surface Area: 3500m2
Spaces: studios, laboratories, Espace de projection, anechoic chamber, cells for research and composition, mechanic workshop, technical spaces.

IRCAM Addition

Construction of the Piano Tower

Architect: Renzo Piano (atelier Renzo Piano)
Inauguration: June 1990
Surface Area: 728m2
Spaces: offices.

Annexation of the Jules-Ferry & the Bains-Douches Buildings

Architects: Daniel Rubin + Patrick Rubin (atelier Canal)
Inauguration: 1996
Surface Area: 1969m2
Spaces: conference room, multimedia library, classrooms, student studios, offices.

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