Mixed-Use Building - ZAC de Beaujon

Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, France

A remarkable massive stone project in the heart of Paris

Near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, on the ZAC Beaujon, this building was inaugurated at the beginning of May 2021. Located precisely on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the building houses a police station, a hotel and 23 lodgings and has‎ a Euville and Sebastopol stone facade implemented by ROCAMAT Construction.

The use of massive stone, in elements 30 cm thick, meets the current needs to use natural, ecological, local materials and pays homage to the architectural heritage of the streets of this district.

This project, imagined by the architects NRAU and PAN, is in line with the objectives of the Climate Plan of the City of Paris. It has obtained the Effinergie + certificates and labels as well as “NF Habitat HQE”. The contracting authority was provided by Spie batignolles Outarex.

“The mineral in common, social housing, hotel and police station in Paris (8th district) by Nicolas Reymond / PAN. (…) Two buildings signed Nicolas Reymond and PAN take advantage of their programmatic mix to compose a remarkable built unit. A contextual insertion that goes as much through the minerality as through the expression of the facades, where rhythm takes precedence over form. "
AMC Archi - June 21, 2021


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