A new campus to support the ambitions of the Institut Léonard de Vinci

Institut Léonard de Vinci (c) Martin ARGYROGLO

The first building of the new campus of the Institut Léonard de Vinci, located in Nanterre, has been delivered and has just welcomed its first students. This marks the end of a project that has lasted almost two years.

Located in the heart of the Croissant project, this building complex is particularly well situated. Just a few minutes' walk from the Grande Arche and the centre of Nanterre, close to public transport and the André Malraux park, the location is ideal for a higher education establishment.

Designed by the LAN Architecture agency, in collaboration with the developer Nacarat, Paris La Défense, the Institut Léonard de Vinci and La Banque Postale, the building's owner, the new campus has been built around a vast Agora with different functions. Classrooms, offices, an amphitheatre, outdoor terraces, a cafeteria, areas for relaxation, exchange and sharing... everything has been designed to provide an environment conducive to study and collaborative work. Eventually, students will occupy this modern campus of 6,085 sq.m. on eight levels.

In line with the challenges linked to new forms of teaching, this campus, with its high environmental performance, will allow students to pursue their studies in a place adapted to the deployment of new digital teaching methods and the hybridization of skills.

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