109 HOUSING UNITS, PARIS XV

This development is located opposite the old Boucicaut hospital, now repurposed into a school, with a 3,500 sqm park stretching in between. The three parts of the project were organised around a vast outdoor space: a “new Parisian courtyard”, both open and accessible to everyone. The building’s height is limited by a unique device: two “clouds” of apartments opening onto carefully-positioned balconies overlooking the surrounding landscape. The courtyard serves the various blocks distributed in the four corners of the plot. Each part forms a compact volume, complete with various types of exteriors (loggias, balconies, shared rooftops).

Photographs © Sergio Grazia

109 HOUSING UNITS, PARIS XV

Eco-neighborhood Boucicaut

Location :

Rue des Cévennes, Paris 15ème

Team :

PETITDIDIERPRIOUX, lead architects
KHEPHREN, bet Structure
INEX, bet Fluids & sustainable engineering
MDETC, économist

Client :

Nexity for Carac, Elogie and Les Jours Heureux

Program :

109 apartments including 24 government-sponsored, 77 rent-controlled apartments and 8 residential units for people with disabilities

Area :

7390 m² SHAB // 7900 m² SDP

Delivery :

December 2016

Budget :

13,6 M€ HT

Environmental certification :

BBC – H&E – Plan climat de la Ville de Paris

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