HALL IN ONE Saint-Chamond (France)
Contexte & enjeux
The urban plan anticipates the connection of the industrial city with the urban fabric, an architecture respectful of the emblematic industrial buildings, and a recomposed and woven landscape to diffuse public space throughout the entire site, in the proximity of the city center. Contemporary architecture in a subtle game of metallic weaving/mesh intertwines with the existing structural background.
The rewoven hall defines an emblematic architectural element from 19th century industrial heritage. Sheltered from the elements by preserving only the frame and roof, it encompasses a range of functions within, with one box per function. It is also open to the city via a set of north-south and east-west connections.
RECONVERSION OF LA HALLE 01 into a shopping and leisure center.
CFA RHÔNE-ALPES AUVERGNE
ATELIER RIVÂT (COMMISSIONED ARCHITECT) / SUD ARCHITECTES