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2013

Féval block Rennes

Rennes (35) France

The Féval block, a tertiary complex in the Eurorennes ZAC in Rennes

2013

Féval block Rennes

Rennes (35) France



The Euro-Rennes programme for the station's development benefits from the multimodal connection created in particular by the arrival of the Paris-Rennes high-speed train and the expected convergence of the two metro lines. This business district, which continues to redevelop the station, has a high profile. The programmed urban outline is strongly marked by free and expressive urban forms.
It is in a team of 3 large agencies that the project is being developed alongside ADIM to multiply the architectural visions of the 3 buildings on the block. 
Among them, the building visible on the railway track and the Alma Bridge, a 7-storey tertiary building on a commercial base, designed in the form of a "steel prism", have a slope that visually accompanies railway movements. 
The façades, silkscreened vertically by silver coating, ensure their role as sun filters and contribute to the building's excellent thermal classification. 

Information

Contracting authority
West Adim
Project management
Olivier Contré, Associate Architect Brunet-Saunier
Website
Ilot Féval, ZAC Eurorennes, Rennes (35)
Calendar of events
2013
Type of project
Tertiary macro-lot
Type of mission
Competition - Private consultation
Surface area
18,300 m² SDP
Amount of work
NC
Associates/BET
François Leclercq and Nomade Architects

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