Between the Grande rue Charles de Gaulle and the rue Bapst, this block is located halfway between the Mairie d'Asnières (200m) and the Gare d'Asnières. It is at the intersection of several scales, that of the shopping street on one side, and on the other, more confidential and exclusively residential, of variable density and of a size in the making. Here are still present obsolete buildings abandoned by the Banque de France.
His organization designs a private landscaped space that connects the two streets and frees up interior views for both the buildings on the plot and the surrounding area.
The project's ambitions are to open up and magnify.
To open up existing buildings by a precise work of curettage according to their intrinsic quality (modénatures, quality of facades, potentiality of plans...).
Thus, a building on the Grande rue Charles de Gaulle (R+2, brick model) and the archives building (R+7, brick model) have been restored.
Magnify by the installation of new buildings that highlight the preserved heritage and that succeed in creating new seams.
The heart of the block is designed as a park that offers apartments that pass through between the street and the garden.
In the attic, on all new buildings is carved a lace skyline made of lace with many variations in height (R+2/R+3/R+4/R+5)
The dug bays generate 3 types of filling on a common grid of 0.9 m wide, suitable for all possible uses.
In the dressing room or at the naked end of the façade, this architecture of various depths interacts with the urban and heritage context.