Developer: Paris La Défense
Promoter: Altarea Cogedim
Investor: AltaFund and Goldman Sachs
Architect: Dominique Perrault Architecture
Height: 30 levels
Surface area: 72,528 sq.m
Planning: offices (restructuring, extension)
Location: 6 Place des Degrés in Puteaux
Initially consisting of two office towers, the Pascal Towers, it is being transformed into a single complex called "Landscape". The restructuring project consisted of raising the building, building the gap between the two original towers, redesigning the lobby and improving the building's energy performance.
Landscape benefits from optimal accessibility, just a stone's throw from the Grande Arche and accessible via the La Défense forecourt, a 2-minute walk from the RER and metro stations and 10 minutes from the centre of Paris. Landscape also benefits from a VIP service and 435 parking spaces. It is part of the urban project of the Rose de Cherbourg, which has been completely redeveloped with a suspended green promenade inspired by the New York High Line, as well as new links between the town of Puteaux, La Défense and Westfield Les 4 Temps.
An ambitious architectural challenge
From the inside, Landscape opens up perspectives to offer all its occupants an outward-looking living and working experience. Everyone, without distinction, benefits from natural light at their workstation. Landscape integrates a complete and innovative range of services (new generation business centre, various catering areas, gym, full service concierge service, wellness area, community library, vegetable garden), and thus adapts to the latest standards of environmental requirements.
With its ten facades and as many angles of view, the new complex sublimates the natural light in a 360° vision. Thanks to its exceptionally large floor plates, it pushes back the limits of space and embodies the horizontality of our new ways of being and working. Physical and symbolic barriers fall away and give way to the experience of total comfort.
The architect Dominique Perrault imagined a 20 cm envelope to cover the building's façade and a second skin with high thermal performance, whose hundreds of glass scales and silver threads develop an aesthetic that sublimates its façade with their sparkle. They also provide great comfort for its occupants, as they allow the windows to be opened and work with natural ventilation.
Labels and certifications: NF HQETM Bâtiments tertiaires rénovation level "Exceptional", BREEAM® level "Very Good", Well, BBC-Effinergie Rénovation label, WiredScore
A word about the architect
Dominique Perrault is a French architect and urban planner. He founded his practice in 1981 in Paris, before being selected by an international jury to design the French National Library. Dominique Perrault has subsequently participated in numerous large-scale projects such as the construction of the highest tower in Austria, the rehabilitation of the Longchamp racecourse, and the extension of the European Court of Justice of the European Union.