Le Voyage à Nantes
Les Tables de Nantes
Les Machines de l’île
Château des ducs de Bretagne
Mémorial de l’abolition de l’esclavage

Boulevard Léon-Bureau
Aurélien Bory

Stage director Aurélien Bory has left the dark corners of the theatre to transform a busy corner of the city...

Aurélien Bory has taken over Boulevard léon-Bureau and endowed it with generous, curved lines connecting both sides of the boulevard by crossing four major plateaus. The result is a lively and chaotic flow of lines, far from the rectilinear nature of run-of-the-mill pedestrian passages.
This project shuns the Euclidian axiom of the shortest distance between two points. So, don’t bother looking for the shortest path – there isn’t one!

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© Franck Tomps

2 Boulevard Léon Bureau
44200 Nantes
Tramway line 1, Chantiers navals stop then cross the bridge Anne de Bretagne

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