At ground floor level, the lobby plays on transparency between the street front and the main garden.
The building in the rear of the lot is more private, and it is there that the cafeteria and meeting rooms are laid out, with garden space on both sides.
On the avenue façade, the architects imagined dressing out the windows with an origami arrangement of marble panels, to express elegance and modernity.
The panels are composite, a film of marble mounted on a twin layer of glass. This second skin is translucent and acts as a breast wall to ensure privacy as well as filter daylight, creating a soft interior atmosphere. Marble folds create a vibration along the 30 meter-long front. At both ends, in continuity with the façades of neighboring buildings, the origami becomes calmer and flattens out. But in the central part it forms a delicate bas-relief.
Photo credits: Vincent Fillon