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  7. La Part des Anges / BUPA Architectures

La Part des Anges / BUPA Architectures

  • 13:00 - 20 February, 2017
La Part des Anges / BUPA Architectures
La Part des Anges / BUPA Architectures, © Denis Lacharme
© Denis Lacharme

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  • Architects

  • Location

    33140 Villenave-d'Ornon, France
  • Architects in Charge

    Frantz Buhler, Florent Pasquier
  • Area

    10029.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

  • Artist

    Jofo (metal rabbit design)
  • Collaborators

    Jouneau, Lafarge, Connexion Bâtiment, THERM’ECO Engeneering, B2B Ingenierie, Harribey Construction, Eurovia Gironde
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© Denis Lacharme
© Denis Lacharme

Text description provided by the architects. Close to "Rives d'Arcins", the project rests next to "Geneste" domain boundaries and its Natura 2000 wet bocage. This housing operation is the starting point of the of this district urban development.

First Floor Plan
First Floor Plan

This project is named "La Part des Anges". It is intended as a colorful sculpture offering a landscape changing over its course. The signal tower located at the center of the parcel, around which void and filled areas alternate, participates in the will to create a strong gesture, a signal, aimed at energizing a developing sector. The project consists of 4 blocks located around the 15 story tower.

© Denis Lacharme
© Denis Lacharme

The whole project offers both a social and programmatic blend. 154 housing units are divided into five blocks, housing offices and dwellings with different typologies (from T2 to T5) and different types of home ownership. Each accommodation features large terraces with generous views of the outside. Likewise, the project offices display large openings to the outside.

© Denis Lacharme
© Denis Lacharme

The whole building is made of thermedia concrete, allowing more efficient insulation and decreased weight of the building, compared to a conventional concrete. On the facade, a perforated skin lace envelops the different blocks and confers privacy and sun protection to each unit. On the first two levels, a mesh designed by Jofo artist shelters the parking lots, lifting the volumes off the ground and creating a link with the street. The park, bordered by the harmonious structures of the buildings, unwinds its curves between the buildings. This park offers a space of relaxation punctuated by visual breakthroughs. The heart of the ilot is embellished by metal sculptures of Jofo artist.

Facade
Facade

This project was noticed, competed for the Golden Pyramids, and won the Regional Grand Prix and the Innovation Award as part of the Silver Pyramids.

© Denis Lacharme
© Denis Lacharme

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Cite: "La Part des Anges / BUPA Architectures" 20 Feb 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/805564/la-part-des-anges-bupa-architectures/> ISSN 0719-8884
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