Presenting a mesh façade that evokes the flow uniting the town with its region, the building fits seamlessly into the context and unique history of this area. This facility plays an important role in the city because it marks the "gateway" from the St. Germain square, and thus provides a critical pivot point within the urban sprawl: on the one hand, the bourgeois, residential city, and on the other, the commercial area that opens to the outside. It is for this reason that, in addition to the graphical reference to textile art, the facade readopts the traditional codes of bourgeois streets surrounded by wrought iron and stone cornices; however, newly reinterpreted in a aluminium fusion material.
Client : 

Archipel Habitat

Architect : 

Studio 02

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material : 

cast iron

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