Patrimoine sans frontières

La Maison de mon doudou, France

After two successful editions of the project, Patrimoine sans frontières and the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine joined their forces in order to continue to carry out « la Maison de mon doudou », a project that sought to give hospitalized children a chance to discover and experience architectural creation and design.

  • Un repos bien mérité après la construction de la maison de son doudou !

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  • De véritables architectes / décorateurs en herbe !

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  • Les étudiants en architecture interviennent auprès des enfants hospitalisés

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  • La maison de son doudou, ou bien la sienne ?

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The project

For the third edition of the project in 2008-2009, 95 workshops took place in three different cities in France: Paris, Toulouse and Marseille. They were moderated by college students in architecture that helped the kids discover different styles of architectural creation. Together they built and decorated small houses and produced short animated films. At the end of the year PSF organized an exhibition where the results of the project were shown.




Publication related
Paris, Marseille and Toulouse, France 2007-2009 Children hospitalized in the pediatric hematology and oncology departments of the Armand Trousseau hospital in Paris, La Timone hospital in Marseille and the Enfants de Purpan hospital in Toulouse.


Goals Achieved

• Organize workshops with hospitalized children in order to give them the opportunity to experience architectural creation and design;
• offer them a fun activity in order to brighten their day-to-day lives.

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