[a.vwar] french for “have” is a transitive verb, and as such, only makes sense if it exerts its action on an object.
So do we.
This term is commonly yet almost unconsciously used to formalize what people own, experience or feel, and more broadly to define their relations with the material world.
We work on these relations.
AVOIR is a design practice dedicated to building ideas in physical form and at variable scale. Our production ranges from buildings and interiors, to installations, set-design, furniture, objects and visuals.
Our tools and means are those of Architecture : we observe, evaluate, choose, measure, frame, select, depict, delineate, divide, cut, erase, accumulate, capture, appropriate and confront.
We broach Architecture as a matter of scale.
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