This small psychiatric day hospital and rehabilitation centre program is designed as a large home.
An axis crossing the entire property, federating both the building and the rear garden, connects the street to the plot and provides patients with walking sequences.
On this scale, the reception, the meeting room, the dining room and the music room become the main elements of the programme.
Architecture takes advantage of this by installing these places of work, conviviality or meeting in identifiable volumes that open onto the city on one side and the landscape on the other.
The building is clad in wood, from the facade to the roof, evoking an appropriable, welcoming and warm "cabin in the woods" architecture.