Vélizy Morane Saulnier
Logements sociaux en structure bois
A few steps from the national forest of Meudon, this residence is the expression of contemporary architecture, enhanced by the generosity of the outdoor spaces, and resolutely ecological thanks to solid wood CLT (Cross Laminated Timber). The two buildings are composed of apartments ranging from T1 to T4, all with generous outdoor spaces (balconies, terraces and private gardens), with views of the 2,200m² landscaped park in the heart of the block. Ground floor shops will liven up the new neighborhood.
Thanks to its reasoned construction, CLT in floor in façade and in splits starting from the R + 1, associated with a bioclimatic design, its controlled exploitation (heating and water domestic hot water supplied by the urban heating network) and its carbon storage with more than 2,000 m3 of solid wood structure, this housing complex is exemplary in terms of carbon emissions over its entire life cycle, allowing it to proudly display the BBCA (Low Carbon Building) label.
Architects DREAM, Nicolas Laisné Architectes
Project manager Stella Buisan
Landscape architect Laurence Jouhaud
Structural engineer Terrell
M&E engineer Sinteo
Quantity surveyor DAL
Photos Cyrille Weiner
Location Vélizy, France
Surface 5 060 sq.m.
Sustainability BBCA | RT 2012 | NF Habitat
BIM level 2
Status Delivered in March 2021
Award Timber construction Ile-de-France 2022