Grand Paris Express Station, La Courneuve « Six-Routes » (93)
The concourse at La Courneuve is a cross-block space. This brings the city into contact with the interior, establishing a dialogue between the existing site and new station. The concourse becomes an integral part of the urban space.
The ground-level vaulting creates an extraordinary volume, echoing the arched halls of the first great stations that were gateways to the city. Alcoves frame the space to bring a contemporary touch to the station’s concourse Routes roundabout. In continuity with La Courneuve’s industrial past, we propose using brick as the signature material. It can be used in a wide range of applications : for walls, vaulting and to create apertures.
|Client||Société du Grand Paris|
|Area||2,140 m² (station and station services), 163 m² (retail)|
|Tech. Cons.||Egis (Egis rail, Egis bâtiment, Elioth, AcoustB), Tractebel (engineering), ON éclairagistes (lighting specialist)|
|Cost||€55 M Before tax|
|Project manager||Sophie Deramond|
|Project||Station (passenger concourse and technical areas, retail and rooftop garden)|
|Hqe||Grand Paris Express eco-design process|