At the heart of an exceptional landscape network, the site of the Leclaire plot forms a belvedere from which one can survey the entire metropolis. This potential for landscaping generates a strong planning stance, culminating in the creation of a park on the overall site. Its organisation allows to make it partly accessible, the installation of farming activities, and to propose an innovative integration of dwellings, services and facilities. The proposed course of action is strategic: it takes account of the specificity of a fragile ground, formerly occupied by a gypsum quarry, and a site intended to be developed over the long term. The three seasons of the project devote the progressive putting-to-work and sharing of a park whose destiny is to become a new resource in the town of Clichy-sous-Bois.
Pleasure / agricultural park with 227 dwellings (social and private housing), children’s nursery, nursery assistants’ housing (MAM), meeting-house for Organisations (collegiate follies) and four market gardening follies
1st prize 2017, studies in progress
TVK (lead architect and urban design), Urban-Eco (landscape architect and ecology consultant), Ville ouverte (programming consultant), CAP Terre (environment consultant), Geolia (geotechnical engineer), Green On (mobility-bicycle), 360° Sud (ESS), Association Espace (urban farming), Yespark (parking mutualization), Fondation Agir contre l’exclusion – Face (AMO IAE), Stimergy (digital heating)
HQE excellent, RT2012 -20%, Bâtiment bio-sourcé niveau 1
Emmanuelle Halbout, Gianluca Mezzanotte (project manager), Rodrigo Apolaya, Flavien Berger