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|
RF Studio (interior design), Bollinger & Grohmann (facades), Berim (fluids), Alto Engineering (AMO Environmental), Dal (economist), D’ici là (landscape in the design phase),Franges Paysages (landscape in construction phase), Terrell (structure), Capri (acoustician), SOCOTEC (control office), SSI Consulting (coordination ssi), Bureau Veritas (coordination sps), AH Conseil-Ascaudit (ascenseurs), CERES (restauration), Claude Fort Ingénierie (AMO vrd), Foundation Space & Vision (BIM management)
|Cost||€57 M before tax|
|Phase||Delivered in november 2020|
|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|