Naed l bureau d’architecture and Agathe Marimbert adorn the Val d'Europe business premises with a white corrugated steel cladding.
Located in the heart of a rapidly growing mono-functional economic activity zone near Paris, the project questions the archetype of what business premises should look like in such a context.
The two architects decided to enhance and re-interpret the industrial nature of the site within the building’s architectural language, in an attempt to initiate a dialogue with the neighbouring factories.
The project features a metallic perforated cladding that wraps the buildings and the entrance patios, and filters the solar gain whilst offering ethereal views from the inside.
Architect: Naed l bureau d’architecture and Agathe Marimbert
Project: Val d'Europe