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2013

LNCSA Head Office

Boulogne-Billancourt (92) France

How can we densely rebuild an islet in the middle of an already highly constituted urban fabric steeped in history? What architecture should be designed for three new buildings in this context?

2013

LNCSA Head Office

Boulogne-Billancourt (92) France

Restructure an urban plot, drawing inspiration from the qualities of those that the city of Boulogne already has within its urban fabric, which are dense, open and green. To restore spatial coherence to a place where a private mansion and a few suburban buildings already coexist without any apparent rules. To succeed in giving the desire to live as much as the desire to work around quality outdoor facilities. These were the issues that guided the design of this project.
Installed along the property line with public roads and unified by buildings governed by a single grid, declined for tertiary occupation on one side, the housing on the other side, the 3 buildings-two tertiary buildings and a residential on the other- ensure a new coherent density on the block.
Thus sculpted by land constraints, the architecture creates a small central park, sometimes visible from the street through the openings made by in-between, sometimes hidden to preserve the privacy of the occupants.
Terraces and balconies facing the inside of the plot, assuming their co-visibility, offer urban spaces and relaxation to users.

Information

Project owner
The New Builders
Project management
Eric BARTOLO associate architect BVAU-Bartolo Villemard Architecture Urbanisme
Website
50, route de la Reine, 92 100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Calendar of events
2008 - Delivered in 2013
Type of project
Office and residential buildings
Type of mission
Complete mission (design + execution)
Amount of work
18 M€ HT 
Surface area
7,500 m² SHON (offices) + 2,500 m² SHON (housing)
Performance
BBC Effinergie, Habitat & Environment Certification, Profile B, Quality Certification.
Associates/BET
TCE Aretec, D'ici là paysages & territoires, Qualiconsult, Gaël Brogat (economist)
Other intervener
Clément Guillaume (photographer)

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