Emergency Shelter Paris-Ivry

Ivry-sur-Seine, 94200

Film February 2017 Valentine Guichardaz, architecte
Emmaüs Solidarité
"We wanted to take on the challenge of creating a housing shelter for 400 people, which may sound impressive, or even worrisome. We accepted the challenge under one condition : to divide this land into districts. There will be 6 districts, 3 on each side. It will enable us to provide these people with a decent welcome. We share common desires and values with the architect."
Aurélie El Hassak-Marzorati, Deputy Director-General Emmaüs Solidarité

"Creating social interactions, enabling a stroll in the center of the site abd finding the services you need is essential to us because it fosters the people’s integration, not only within the venue, but also within a city, a country..."
Valentine Guichardaz, Architect

Emergency shelter Paris-Ivry

Surface area : 21000m2
Capacity : 400 people
Publics concernés : isolated women / couples / minors in family's situation
First part opening : January 2017
Opening : March 2017

Films Paris Solidaire

"The Solidarity of Paris
Temporary locations to respond to the urgency of the situation
Locations embodying constructive, social, human challenges 
Locations that explain a way of sharing the city, a way of meeting together, a collective story.

For each location, a film.

Films in movement
To roam about these spaces that strive to show their welcome and their generosity
To show the mobilization of those who have built and breathed life into these venues
To express this new momentum.

"Les Grands Voisins" [Neighbors], Ancient hospital Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Paris 14
Migrant reception center, Porte de la Chapelle, Paris 18
"The Promise of Dawn", Emergency shelter, Porte de Passy, Paris 16
Reception area to host Travellers, Bois de Vincennes, Route de Gravelle
Emergency Shelter Paris-Ivry, Ivry-sur-Seine, 94200"
Stéphane Demoustier, Année Zéro

Production : Pavillon de l'Arsenal
Executive production and réalisation Stéphane Demoustier, Année Zéro
Images Cyrille Lallement, François Diard
Editing Souliman Schelfout
Original soundtrack Rémy Moncheny
Translation : Emile Bertherat
Photos : Valentine Guichardaz