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Friday July 3rd, 2020

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Nature is also infiltrating new constructions in France.

(Français) Bouygues Construction dévoile trois projets innovants de bâtiments durables : un bâtiment autonome à Grenoble, un ilot fertile à Paris et un quartier durable à Sevran.

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