This shared teaching building is intended to accommodate users from different scientific institutions (Mines télécom, AgroParisTech, ENSTA ParisTech...). The strengthening of links between these different disciplines must be stimulated by an innovative built environment that encourages work in exchange by anticipating future uses.
From formal to informal, from rigorous to creative, the building is organized in dyptych. Traditional classrooms are extended by open spaces - places of teaching and exchange offering great freedom of design. These are in visual connection with the rest of the building (empty on the lower and upper levels) offering a sensational readability of the interior volume. These "open cells" invite a privileged relationship with the park whose glass wall is voluntarily dematerialized. A set of twin stairs offers a multitude of indoor situations (bleachers, small amphitheatres...). Outside these stairs offer a series of viewpoints over the park that intensify the building's relationship with its environment. These stairs climb all over the facade, offering a free stroll from the park to the converted roof.