Year of construction: 1973
Year of renovation: 2007
Former name: Horizon Tower
Surface area: 15,945 m2
Address: 52-54 quai du Dion Bouton, 92800 Puteaux
Nearest car park: Villon/Michelet
Nearest metro station: Esplanade de La Défense
The Vista Tower, formerly known as the Horizon Tower, was built in the early 1970s to designs by architect Jean de Mailly, whose other buildings include the CNIT, the Ariane Tower, the Initiale Tower (then known as the Nobel Tower) and the Bellini Residence. This high-rise building, located on the banks of the Seine in Puteaux, is unusual in that it spans the public highway. The office building was renovated in 2007 by the BDVA architectural firm.
A word about the architects
BDVA was founded in 1986 by architects Jérôme de Boisseson, Jean-Michel Dumas and Philippe de Vilmorin. In 2014, three new partners joined them, Frédéric Duris, Bruno Largent and Pascal Saulnier. The firm has worked on numerous projects, with a commitment to finding specific answers to each request, respecting the urban integration approach and taking sustainable development issues into account.