Year of construction: 2021
Architect: Christian de Portzamparc
Height: 13 floors
Surface area: 26,000 sq.m.
Address: 5, 7 rue Bellini, 92800 Puteaux
Nearest transport: Metro Line 1, RER A
Initially the Eria project, which became Campus Cyber, was born of a desire to adapt the building optimally to the shape of the land in order to create high quality office space. Located on the edge of the Boulevard Circulaire, in the rapidly changing Bellini district, the program benefits from exceptional accessibility (immediate proximity to the Esplanade de La Défense metro station). The choice of a fan-shaped plan, one heart and three petals, allows for three perfectly lit wings and distant views. It also guarantees an economy of circulation spaces. The Cyber Campus project embodies a vision of tomorrow's office and new ways of working by offering a variety of layouts thanks to its optimum widths.
The building offers spacious (1700 m²) triple-exposed workstations with terraces and exchange areas that meet the new expectations of users. It accommodates nearly 2,000 employees. The building also includes approximately 250 sq.m. of retail space on the first floor and offers service areas. 209 private parking spaces have been created as well as a landscaped rooftop at the top of this 13-story tower.
The Cyber Campus is a flagship facility dedicated to cybersecurity that brings together the main national and international players in the field. In particular, it enables companies (large groups, SMEs), government departments, training organizations, research players and associations to be located on the same site. The Cyber Campus implements actions that aim to federate the cybersecurity community and develop synergies between these different actors.
Labels and certifications: NF HQE™ level "Excellent", BREEAM® level "Excellent", Well Silver Core and Shell, Effinergie+
A word about the architect
Christian de Portzamparc is the first French architect to have won the highest honor in architecture, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize, the Pritzker Prize. He received the Grand Prix d'Architecture de la Ville de Paris, the Silver Medal of the Academy of Architecture, and the Grand Prix National d'Architecture for the Cité de la Musique. The theme of verticality is important to Christian de Portzamparc. After his first experience with a "vertical signal" for the Château d'eau in Marne-la-Vallée, Christian de Portzamparc continued his sculptural research on the theme of verticality. In 1995, he designed a tower in New York for the LVMH headquarters in the United States, which was inaugurated in 1999. He has also designed the Bourdelle Museum (in Paris) and the Paris La Défense Arena (in Nanterre).