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Office Building in Lyon / Jean-Paul Viguier Architecture

  • 00:00 - 4 June, 2012
Office Building in Lyon / Jean-Paul Viguier Architecture
Office Building in Lyon / Jean-Paul Viguier Architecture, © Paul Kozlowski
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The project involved the conversion of an existing parking garage and office space into 9 000M² of newly appointed office space for the national electric company EDF, situated in the business district of la Part-Dieu, Lyon.

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In order to increase the thermal performance of the building, while giving it a new look, the thermal insulation was affixed to the existing exterior walls. A Firestone membrane wraps the building insulation and was fastened with LED “buttons” creating a sort of mattress effect. The blue LEDs animate the building at night.

© Paul Kozlowski
© Paul Kozlowski

The open plan office floors allow for a maximum of flexibility. The interior courtyard allows for plentiful light, and the wood paneling creates a warm and relaxing space for the building’s occupants.

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Cite: "Office Building in Lyon / Jean-Paul Viguier Architecture" 04 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/240062/office-building-in-lyon-jean-paul-viguier-architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884
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