The Leisure Center project is located within a cultural and sports facilities complex.
A circular principle encloses the block ring around the stadium whilst maintaining transparency from the adjoining urban space through the buildings towards the stadium.
Although their programs are quite distinct, the two buildings have similar design attributes:
– convivial facilities – club reception and lodges are oriented towards the stadium; and each building has a view overlooking the site.
The “events” building is the main component of the Leisure Center.As such,to have its rightful place, a huge area was cleared to create a 145 x 45m square.
Sited by pivoting its two auditoriums, the movement is volumetrically asserted on the city ideas an invitation to the festivities.
Next to the stadium, the building acts as one so as not to disrupt the calm within the block and to reinforce the physical boundary of the playing fields.
Construction Festive part of the City Recreation Courbevoie. 2 buildings respectively comprising:
– 3 theaters (1000, 300 and 150 seats) cafe, Youth Information Office (BIJ), a media section, 2 recording studios and a 300 car parking spaces
– A leisure center (140 children), a buried gym, a central kitchen, dining areas and association offices.
Location: Courbevoie, France
Collaborator: Jean Mas
Project Director: Franck Tillequin
Project Architect: Yves de Pommereau
Project Team: Ludovic Ane, Giulio Avventi, Emilie Bernard, Francis Bangoura, Gabriel de Boisriou, Ninni Byrelid, Gabriel Cournarie, Charlène Denfert, Julien Faure, Gabriel Garcia, Louis Gilbert, Alice Heaney, Olivier Jacques, Nunzia di Molfetta, Emmanouil Ntourlias, Mathieu Ribault, Camille Souleau, Céline Vigouroux, Derk Sichtermann
Landscape Architect: Faubourg 2/3/4/
Sustainable Engineer: Franck Boutté
Construction Cost: €55 M. Excl. VAT
Area: 16000.0 sqm
Photographs: Vincent Fillon