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Arcueil housing

The two housing project are located on two sites adjacent to the Chaperon Vert estate, whose urban project is led by TVK. Each building distinguishes itself by a strongly differentiated silhouette which reinvents the housing barre typology and proposes an array of exterior interactions through the variety of spaces and their relations with the environment. The work on the building’s stepped profile volumetry in glazed white brick generates long-distance views and offers a distinct shape from the ground, marking the renewal of the district’s image. The two other buildings have variable heights and contrasting shapes: one presents itself as a simple, dark and compact prism while the other draws an elongated, bright and modulated form.

Program

93 social housing and home ownership units

Client

Bouygues Immobilier

Location

Arcueil, France

Area

9,200 m²

Budget

15.23 M€ excl. VAT

Date

Delivered in 2013

Team

TVK (lead architect and urban coordinator) , EVP ingénierie (engineering), CFERM (MEP engineer), VPEAS (cos consultant), Ayda (acoustics engineer)

Photographs

Clément Guillaume

Certifications

Qualitel H&E profil A, RT 2005 -20%, HEQ process

TVK team

Victor Francisco (project director), Elodie Enard, Valérie Rimbaud (project managers)

Press kit
Typologies
Projects, Housing, Built
Ground floor plan
Ground floor plan
2nd floor plan
2nd floor plan
The two buildings in the Chaperon Vert urban project (urban designer: TVK)
The two buildings in the Chaperon Vert urban project (urban designer: TVK)