What I first noticed about this fire station built in Montblanc, France were the radiating volumes of corrugated aluminum. The form of the project is a reference to nearby geographic formations, the Montsant hills, while the name of the town references a mountain a bit farther away. The fire station’s program is organized simply: with a rectangular brick volume and a folded metal roof. Inside the brick bits, you’ll find bedrooms, bathrooms and other exciting fire station parts. Outside of these enclosed spaces and under the spans of folded metal, you’ll find four fire trucks waiting to respond to un incendie. Outside of the station, I’d imagine you’d find archinerds circling the building with cameras and maybe a confused mountain climber wondering why Mont Blanc looks much smaller in person.