This project is part of an urban plan directed by OMA and designed in workshops with 10 architecture studios.
It is divided into two buildings, in dialogue with one another: a rehabilitated industrial hall which opens onto a vast public space is in direct contact with a recently completed timber-frame building. At the urban scale, the hall is penetrated by a park, which grants porosity to the new neighborhood. Inside, the reception, restaurant and workshop benefit from generous heights. All the activities activate the ground floor and open generously onto the external public spaces. The co-working spaces and the culinary laboratory are articulated on the first floor around an internal planted patio.
In the new hybrid office building, the circulation cores are pushed to opposite angles, which are activated. They connect the offices to the hall. On each level, the large workplanes are free, allowing a great flexibility of use. The planted roof terrace is protected by an extension of the glass facade, composed of large pleated panels. The programmation of the office building is complementary to that of the hall. Single-storey amateur studios benefit from a great capable height. They are placed next to multi-purpose rooms which can host amateur and professional artistic practices (dance studios).