New headquarters of the AP-HP within the Saint-Antoine Hospital complex, Paris (12th)
The Saint-Antoine hospital in Paris is a veritable city within a city. Autonomous in its functioning and permeable to the district, it has gradually become denser over the century. The new headquarters is located on a plot of land bordered by buildings (including a R+10) and already much used as a relaxation area for hospital employees. Respecting this location means respecting the habits of the 3700 employees who work on the site on a daily basis.
Compact, the project does not affect the luminosity of the neighbouring buildings and frees up a plant core equivalent to 50% of the plot which will be available
to all. An amphitheatre will be set up under this new landscape topography. The triangular and radiant shape of the building generates three directions. The new headquarters does not turn its back on any neighbouring building and all the façades are treated with the same care. The glazing is generous and the balconies run along, providing uniformity of light to the work spaces and a spectacular view of hospital life, the garden and Paris on the top floors.
|Area||9,485 sq. m|
|Team||CBC (Contractor), ChartierDalix (Architect), Etamine (Heq), Tess (facade), Inex (TCE), Lasa (Acoustic), Majorelle (Space Planning), AE75 (costing), Jean Louis Ducreux (ecologist)|
|Cost||27 M€ HT|
|Phase||Under study ODA|
|Project manager||Tomoko Karakawa Levaillant|
|Program||APHP headquarters, work and meeting spaces (type of meeting room 120 people), Amphitheatre (ERP 5 W) and garden|