Reinvent Paris

Bygherre
Unibail Rodamco / Bouygues Immobilier

Funktion
Kontor, bolig, hotel, butikker, busstation

Areal
47.000 m² + 13.000 m² kælder

År
2016

GXN rolle
Arkitekt

GXN team
Kim Herforth Nielsen, Jan Ammundsen, Jesper Bork, Diana Palade, Marie Hesseldal Larsen, Filip Lipinski, Maria Tkacova, Nan Shin, Olfa Kammoun, Mohamed Bouzrara, Jack Renteria, Andrea Baresi, Audur Hreidarsdottir, Junhee Jung, Sang Yeun Lee, Mathilde Manz, Ana Merino, George Cox, Kasper Guldager Jensen, Lasse Lind, Dagmara Piszcz, Casper Østergaard Christensen

Samarbejdspartnere
Partnerarkitekt: MARS // Ingeniører: Setec, Egis, Elioth, Socotec, ACC-S, CSD-faces, Lamourex, AE75 // Landskabsarkitekter: Agence Laverne

Med naturen som inspirator

Med et højt ønske om at skabe et nyt, positivt område i Pershing-bydelen, indgik 3XN i Reinvent Paris-konkurrencen. Bydelen er fysisk og symbolsk adskilt fra Paris, fordi ringvejen adskiller de to bydele fra hinanden og skaber barrierer til social interaktion.

Inspirationen til byggeriet kom fra naturen og fra årerne i et blad, der fra bladgrunden spreder sig til en midtstreng og ud i forskellige sidestrenge. I 3XN’s projekt forbindes de to isolerede bydele af det unikke byggeri på en bro hen over den pulserende ringvej.

Integrated Urban Farming

A large 2,000 m² urban farm on the roof of bureau 1 and 2 will provide fruit and vegetables for the fresh market. The farm will produce over 6,000 kg of food a year, and will be operated by Fermes de Gally. The rooftop will be a productive landscape in itself, introducing innovative 'agrivoltaic' technology to produce both food and renewable energy from the same area.

Circular Material Construction

Buildings above the ring road are designed in coordination with the tunnel structure, which are the building foundations.

Clean Energy System

'Playground' is designed as an energy producing landscape that utilize passive and active energy strategies. Large glass facades ensure good daylight conditions and minimize the need for electric lighting, while the volumes and facade geometry shades the building in areas with risk of overheating.

Innovative Facade Geometry

The geometry of the facade is bioclimatic, meaning that it adapts to the climatic conditions of the site. One of the biggest environmental issues in office buildings is need for cooling, due to overheating from large glass areas.

Clean Urban Terrace

The Urban Terrace is like a valley between the hotel and offices. It offers view to an inviting green landscape with running water and urban furniture.

Active Air Quality

The Management of Air Quality on both Exterior and Interior applications in the project gives a positive impact for both the users and the surrounding neighborhoods.

Pershing, Paris
2016

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