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This project for a commercial complex in the city of Meaux breaks all the codes of shopping centers on the outskirts of cities. Loci anima created an autonomous place invested by vegetation, and whilst far from the city center, repelling the car at the same time.
|Program||Shopping mall and leisure park|
|Floor Area||70 000 m2|
|Cost of construction||102 000 000 €|
|Project Owner||Compagnie de Phalsbourg|
A manifesto for ecology and sustainable development, this project reinvents city entry trade. To propel the countryside of Meaux to the forefront of the economic development of eastern France and allow it to radiate nationally and internationally, it develops an agrarian metaphor and proposes an environmental aesthetic. Its façades communicate aesthetics but are also symbolic of citizen desires. To reconcile city and countryside, it is inspired by six elements that are the source of inexhaustible pleasure for man — sun, earth, metal, air, water and wood, and it envisages a new typology of businesses.