Multifunctional Hall in France / rhb architectes

Multifunctional Hall in France / rhb architectes

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  • Architects: rhb architectes
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  433
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015
Courtesy of Rouby Hemmerlé Architectes
Courtesy of Rouby Hemmerlé Architectes

Text description provided by the architects. At territorial scale, this building recalls agricultural archetypes, sometimes isolated in broad landscapes, and reinterprets their materiality: steel and wood. The multifunctional hall becomes a new landmark, leading the development of the south of the town.

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The design of the building is ruled by three major entries:

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Courtesy of Rouby Hemmerlé Architectes

  • Implantation according to bioclimatic principles and defined by the sun's path
  • Offering wide views on the Vosges
  • Organizing equipment to manage noise disturbance

Courtesy of Rouby Hemmerlé Architectes
Courtesy of Rouby Hemmerlé Architectes

The compact volume improves thermal performance of the building (BBC). The whole envelope (cover and walls) is made out of zinc. This refined and sober skin allows rapid identification of the equipment located below the county road. At the south, the main hall opens itself up to the mountain: “Les Vosges”, extending the interior space to the outside landscape.

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Address:Singrist, France

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Cite: "Multifunctional Hall in France / rhb architectes" 24 Mar 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/784115/multifunctional-hall-in-france-rouby-hemmerle-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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