Location: St-Malo, France
Area: 6500.0 sqm
Photographs: Hervé Coudrais, Luc Boegly
Engineering: Arcoba, T/E/S/S (structure + envelopes)
Furnishings: Architecture-Studio (Design team leader)
Visual Identity And Signage: Thomas Kieffer
Specific Furniture: Omlarchitecture (Agnès Martin/Yves Lamblin)
General Contractor: SOGEA Bretagne
Cost: 23 M euros before tax
From the architect. La Grande Passerelle, home of the main public cultural facilities of Saint-Malo, is immediately seen by travellers arriving from TGV (high-speed train) station.
This cultural hub, open to the public since December 2014, was designed by the Paris agency Architecture-Studio, and includes a media library, an art-house cinema, a media centre, and “4e lieu”, a multiuse space. It is located in the very centre of Saint-Malo, which includes the three communities of Saint-Servan, Paramé and Intramuros.
The new urban renewal movement of Saint-Malo, inspired by the relocation of the old station, was involved in the creation of La Grande Passerelle. In fact, the
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