Office Building Lyon Confluence Îlot A3 / Christian Kerez

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Designers: Christian Kerez

Location: Lyon, France

Project Architect: Catherine Dumont d’Ayot

Project Team: Catherine Dumont d’Ayot, Werner Schuhrer, Federico Rossi, Francesca d’Apuzzo, Martin Kugelmeier, Lion Haag, Marina Montresor, Nathanael Weiss, Jonas Rauber, Lou Dumont d’Ayot, Ginevra Masiello, Hermes Killer, Francesca Gagliardi, David-Lloyd Ruggiero, Andreas Papadantonakis, Micheal Godden, Holger Harmeier, Michelle Nageli

Area: 6600.0 m2

Project Year: 2018

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Local Designers: AFAA, Lyon, Marc Favaro, Anne-Sophie Rigal, Margaux Agnes, Yoan Bonhomme

Project Management: MN2A, Paris, Pascale Wiscart

Structural Engineer: BATISERF ingenierie, Fontaine, Philippe Clement

Mechanical Engineer: Artelia Limonest, Franck Delavaloire

Building Physics Engineer: Etamine, Vaulx-en-Velin, Sebastien Randle

Building Work Operator: Arcoba, Limonest

Acoustics Consultant: Synacoustique, Bordeaux, Didier Blanchard

Landscape Architecture: Michel Desvigne Paysagiste, Paris

Developer: Icade Promotion – Territoire Sud Est

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Text description provided by the architects. The position build is a generic space. It is characterized by a grid of tower and slabs to ensure total opennes. This organize is divested bare and grows the building of the building. The interior and exterior model a incessant whole.

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Floor Plans

Floor Hope

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It ensures the urban integration of the building in the particular context of the obstruction, both a reconverted industrial area and part of a thick-witted network of streets and boulevards.

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The construction, heavy towards the grind and lighter towards the sky, reinterprets the classical tripartite composition- basi, gibe, and fund- of the 19 th-century builds along the Cours Charlemagne or Place Bellecour.

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The first three different levels of the building have columns made use of embossed cement, those of the middle two grades are shaken like that of the slab and spandrels and the line of the last three floors are prefabricated with centrifuged fiber concrete.

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