French architects Jean-Marc Ibos and Myrto Vitart shared with us their winning project for the Offices and Municipal Equipments in Porte D’Ivry, Paris, France. More images and architect’s description after the break.
Municipal services related to logistics, intrinsically linked to the ground, are coupled to offices which, them, take off from it willingly, on a plot on the edge of the parisian motorway ring.
Optimizing the mix so necessary to the city becoming denser, seeking to multiply connections by diversifying intelligently uses, the project will make its primary goal.
Architects: Jean-Marc Ibos and Myrto Vitart
Location: Paris, France
Architect in charge: Romain Leal
Project architects: Stéphane Pereira Ramos, Paul-Eric Schirr Bonnans, Bastien Saint-Andre
Structural and Mechanical / Electric engineers: SETEC Bâtiment
Acoustical engineer: Avel acoustique
Quantity surveyor: Mazet & Associés
Offices: 17,000 sqm
Municipal Services: 5,500 sqm
Peripherique Motorway Headquarter: 2,500 sqm
Gross Area: 25,000 sqm
Construction cost: 52 M€ excl. tax.
Project Year: 2010