Passage de Melun / Gaëtan Le Penhuel Architecture

07 May of 2015 by

Architects: Gaëtan Le Penhuel Architecture
Location: Paris, France
Area: 980.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Sergio Grazia

Partners : TECH/M&G
Main Contractor: FRANCILIA
Client: RIVP
Budget: 3 M€

From the architect. The neighbourhood and Passage de Melun
Ideally located in a working-class neighbourhood with varied urban fabric near Buttes Chaumont, this site is in a quiet small street, not far from the shops on Rue de Meaux. Passage de Melun is a dense, narrow, small street, with buildings reaching an average height of 20 metres or six storeys.

The plot
Although the plot is difficult, because it is small (30 metres wide by 12 metres deep) with no garden, it has major assets because of the possibility of reaching an agreement for sharing a court area with the adjacent project. This is a golden opportunity to create an efficient, generous, contemporary block plan that contributes to the profile of the street as well as to the quality of the apartments



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