REVERSIBLE HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES & HOUSING, LYON

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Macro-lots B1 and C1 of the la Confluence district are the last parts left to develop. They are going to offer a new frontage open to the riverfront. This urban unit establishes obvious links with the constructed environment in order to continue the environmental connectivity. The heart of the island is the luxuriant garden – a vast meeting area and a visual link between different buildings.

Four buildings designed by our agency are placed in this ensemble, they create a subtle dialogue between the skeleton frame and the massiveness. Two higher educational buildings are designed to allow reversibilty and a variety of functions. A high-rise concrete/wood structured building offers mainly double-oriented duplex accommodation with generous double-height loggias. 100% Built-in-wood, a small building of eight apartments offers crossing duplexes with south-facing loggias. The goal to achieve here is to give a collective housing the qualities of an individual one, and vice versa.

REVERSIBLE HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES & HOUSING

Lyon

Location:

Lyon Confluence, France

Team:

PETITDIDIERPRIOUX Architectes, Baumschlager Eberle and Atelier de Ville en Ville

Client:

Nexity

Program:

A higher education building, shops, 67 housing units for sale and 8 units with special social conditions

Area:

5 700 m² floor area
education,
5 800 m² floor area
housing

Schedule:

Completion scheduled in 2025 (phase 1) and 2026 (phase 2)

Environmental objectives:

E3C1 label

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