Recup Paris | Thomas Winkel
Recup Paris is a mission-driven business operating at the intersection of sustainability and culture. Join us in transforming an old military fortress and other urban spaces into sustainability driven creative and cultural hotspots.
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Author: Thomas Winkel

Recup's atelier and headquarter is located at fort d'Aubervilliers. Built between 1843-1846,  to control and defend the strategic "route de Flandre", the canal of  'l'Ourcq' and Saint-Denis.  This fortress is part of sixteen  fortifications outside the old city walls of Paris. Fort d'Aubervilliers has a pentagonal ...

Recup Paris is founded by Dom Tappy and Thomas Winkel. We both have spent our professional careers in the field of sustainability and climate change. After basically advising others what to do and how, we increasingly wanted to act sustainably and be change makers in...

Dear friends and contributors,   We would like to thank you for having supported, participated and contributed to our project. Your support has enabled us to obtain further traction, interest and encouragement during the campaign. It  has allowed us to gain considerable media coverage and we have...

Visite de l'incroyable Fort Militaire abandonné d'Aubervilliers Tiana News 05/12/2016 https://www.lebonbon.fr/paris/news/fort-aubervilliers-recup-paris/ © 2016 Il y a deux semaines, on a eu la chance de découvrir un lieu aussi insoupçonné qu’incroyable, j’ai nommé le Fort d’Aubervilliers. Après moult détours et quelques demandes aux passants, nous voilà devant une...

PUBLIÉ LE 23/11/2016 C’est un fait, le Grand Paris regorge de lieux cachés, insolites qui ont pendant très longtemps été laissés à l’abandon. Mais depuis quelques années, des initiatives singulières s’attachent à donner à ces vestiges du temps passé une seconde vie. Prochain arrêt: Fort d’Aubervilliers. "Récupérer,...