Ré architecture has renovated a former 170 square meter premises to accommodate the new offices of Valentin Studio. In this rehabilitation project, the architects have chosen to reveal the potential of the existing building by playing on volumes and materials. Overview.

For the 3D creation studio Valentin Studio, the Lyon agency Ré architecture transformed a former commercial space into a contemporary workspace. Specialized in renovation and restructuring work, the associated architects Claire Meunier and Pauline Suhr paid particular attention to the history of the building, as well as to its volumes and materials, so as to transform the premises into a space of functional and warm work.

The new offices of Valentin Studio can surprise by the unveiling of the materials of the existing building. With a concrete and wooden ceiling, the room has been transformed into a pleasant working environment combining elements of old architecture and contemporary furniture. By highlighting the material, the architects designed two spaces - one open space and a creativity room - connected by a multi-use cork module. Functional, open and bright, these desks combine the elegant sobriety of raw materials with the contemporary layout and furniture.

Ré architecture delivers contemporary offices, conducive to creativity.

To learn more, visit the Ré architecture site.

Visuals: © Studio Module / Aurélien Aumond


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