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“ Batignolles springs ”
A building entirely made of biosourced or recycled materials. It feeds on sunlight through photovoltaic sensors on its roof and feeds on filtered rainwater thanks to its planted gutters.
|Program||Construction of a 3-star hotel, headquarters of an Association of lawyers and a restaurant.|
|Site||France, Paris 17ème|
|Floor Area||13 000 m2|
|Cost of construction||28 400 000 €|
|Project Owner||Bouygues Immobilier|
In the same way as the human body, a building is only a temporary transformation, a storage of energy and vital forces. And if there is a share of mystery in every corner of nature, it is the same in each building. The return of nature to the urban environment is today a manifest and evident will of both citizens and developers. The developments in the entire Batignolles district assert these choices. In addition to the ground-level spaces at street level, green facades not only bring a picture of nature to the city but also a quality from inside the building. This perception generates comfort and well-being, especially in an office building. A basin proposing a playful and pedagogical development is provided on the free part of the plot. The clear water coming from the filter gutters feeds this pool and brings to the place the sound of a living water.