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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

L’arbrisseau Neighborhood Centre in Lille, France by Colboc Franzen & Associates, architect

 
August 4th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Colboc Franzen & Associés

The project screens the various programs to free up the largest garden possible while providing a real status of public facilities, cultural and social home neighborhood.

Front View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

  • Architect: Colboc Franzen & Associates, architect
  • Name of Project: L’arbrisseau Neighborhood Centre
  • Location: Lille, France
  • Client: CITY OF LILLE
  • Budget: € 4,076,000 HT
  • Photographs: Paul Raftery

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

  • Start of studies: October 2007
  • Delivery Date: June 2011
  • Project Manager: Arnaud Sachet
  • Team: Benjamin Colboc Ulrich Faudry Manuela Franzen, Malik Hammadi, Kerstin Heller, Bruno Sarles, Emmanuel Villoutreix Lena Weis

Surfaces:

  • Plot surface: 2030 m²
  • Usable area: 1190 m²
  • SHON: 1779 sqm
  • SHOB: 2927 sqm

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

On the ground floor are the reception, the mother and child care and multi home. Settle on the first floor recreation center breast young WING space and activity rooms for children aged 6-12 in which the reading area, double height, and pursued by the bleachers, creating a visual relationship and physical with the upper floor. On the second floor is the hall and the adult area. The reading area of the adult library extends bleachers and connects the second and third floors. On this level takes place an administration official residence of four rooms extended terrace to the south.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

These program elements will unite around an atrium linking all ages. Around it, a concrete core, the tree metaphor awaited by residents of the Shrub, expressed in his drawing the structural forces that cross, hosting services, vertical circulation and supports the building. So that all activities have an outdoor space, each level is extended by terraces. They are related by steps: the user can access the activities from the outside and enjoy the roof of the building. It exudes a genuine gazebo overlooking the neighborhood of the shrub.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Paul Raftery)

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