Offices (24,400 m²) and Retail, ZAC Montjoie, Saint-Denis (93)
In the ZAC Montjoie regeneration zone, this “bare-bones” office development is designed for maximum compactness. The building stretches diagonally across the plot, facing away from its neighbours. This layout frees up a pair of large, in-ground gardens, offering a tree-lined frontage to the street. One of the two runs alongside a bioclimatic gallery-space, for use in a catering function; the other will be more frequented, as a “performance space”; the landscaping makes it a window-display for the entrance hall.
The entire project is designed around a wooden framework, providing great flexibility for how the floor space is divided. The wood, left visible inside, adds environmentally responsible construction to the assertive identity of this innovative commercial building.
|Client||BNP Paribas Immobilier|
|Area||24,400 m² NIA|
|Tech. Cons.||Bollinger & Grohmann (structure), Berim (HVACS), Alto Engineering (Hqe), D’ici là (landscape), Terrell (structure)|
|Cost||€57 M before tax|
|Phase||Ongoing, delivery 2019|
|Project manager||Sébastien Chevance|
|Mission||Architectural studies and construction supervision|
|Project||Construction of an office and retail complex|
|Hqe||“French Hqe Standard for commercial buildings” certification, applicable from 21 May 2014, compliance with RT 2012 thermal regs., “Effinergie +” label, “Hqe passeport” – exceptional|