The project involves the development of the common areas of an office building: the hall, the landings, the restaurant, the toilets. The building is designed by the architecture agency DGM & Associes on behalf of BROWNFIELDS specializing in the conversion of polluted sites.
Built by the architect Fritz Beblo from 1905, the Municipal Baths of Strasbourg are an emblematic place of the city. Very dear to its inhabitants, the building required both restoration, rehabilitation and the creation of new spaces in order to allow it to once again become a swimming pool anchored in its time and turned towards the future. This mission was entrusted to a consortium made up of Chatillon Architects, TNA Architects, Eiffage, Equalia and Quadriplus.
Beyond the regulatory obligations (Energy Climate Law, Climate Resilience Law) which strongly encourage project owners to install photovoltaic power plants on the roof, the motivation of companies and communities to solarize their real estate assets is very strong.
The world number two in wines and spirits ensures a safe and healthy return to the office to work differently. A French success story, Pernod Ricard is today the world number two in wines and spirits thanks to preserved know-how and a portfolio of major brands.
RATP Habitat's new headquarters have just been delivered at 158 rue de Bagnolet, in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of a dense built-up island. Atelier du Pont imagined a three-storey wooden frame building.
For the first time in France, a biosourced and PEFC-certified building: an exemplary project in terms of sustainable development for the new joint building of the Vosges Ouest Agency of the ONF Grand Est, the Safer Grand Est and the Chamber of Agriculture of the Vosges.
Ideally located in the heart of the Opera district, a stone's throw from Place Vendôme, the Tuileries Garden and the Louvre, it is under the 1917 Art Nouveau facades of the former "Samaritaine de Luxe" that the Kimpton St Honoré Paris opens its doors on August 23, 2021.
Aspects such as lighting, accessibility, air conditioning, thermal and acoustic insulation, pollutants produced by certain building materials and volatile organic compounds give rise to what is called sick building syndrome.
At a time when the climate emergency is tolling the death knell for single-use buildings, the National Committee for the Development of Wood (CNDB) has chosen to highlight ephemeral wooden structures. Lightweight, ecological, modular and removable, the wood material offers aesthetic and functional solutions for any type of event or temporary urban intervention.