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Housing and crèche, rue de la Pompe

The development is built on a large site that was entirely occupied by a garage. The challenge of the operation consisted in integrating social housing, quality housing for first-time buyers and a crèche, all on the same, densely developed site. The street frontage of the site is characterised by a non-alignment, which allowed us to express two distinctive volumes and so soften the visual impact of a large built face. This non-alignment resulted in the street having two different widths, so generating two different building heights (an extra storey for the first-time buyer housing). The inclined planes of the rooflines allowed for the integration of roof terraces on the top two levels of each building: the successive recesses above the fifth floor allow for generous terraces orientated to the south and the east.

Location
46-50, rue de la Pompe, Paris 16
Programme
construction of 80 housing units (38 social, 42 first-time buyer), crèche and car park
Client
Sodéarif (LinkCity), Paris Habitat (social housing), LBO (investor)
Team
Innovation Fluides, Philipe Niez (landscape architect)
Surface area
7,000 m²
Cost
15 M€
Calendar
completion 2015
Materials
stone, aluminium, frameless structural glazing
Certification
BBC. H&E Profil A option. Plan Climat de la Ville de Paris
Architectural team
Project manager(s)
Nicolas Lombardi
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