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Nanterre - Two Adjacent Nurseries

  • Nanterre [Hauts-de-Seine]
  • 2002
(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

Entrance to the siamese buildings (photo by Luc Boegly)

Entrance to the "siamese" buildings (photo by Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

Playground (Photo Luc Boegly)

Playground (Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

(Photo Luc Boegly)

The plan softly ramifies into two "Siamese" buildings

Two nurseries with a capacity of 44 and 40 children, with kitchen, playground, activity rooms.

The Reception and Hospital Care Center’s two nurseries [Centre d'accueil et de soins hospitaliers or CASH]overlap the perimeter wall around the hospital, until then spared in its lofty integrity. Technical facilities breach the high wall, opening toward the service yard, which will facilitate the equipment supply. The building’s copper shell contributes to its natural protection. The building is shaped like a bent bow and has a colorful façade, where each unit is perfectly visible and identifiable by the children.

CLIENTS
Centre d'accueil et de soins hospitaliers de Nanterre
Ville de Nanterre

ARCHITECTS
Ameller Dubois

BUILDING CONTRACTOR
S.N.R.B.

ENGINEERING
Batec
S.T.B.I.

COST EXPERTS
C2L

SURFACE
1,400 m2

COST
1.9 M€ HT

YEAR OF COMPLETION
2002

Contractor
CASH de Nanterre, Ville de Nanterre
Location
Nanterre [Hauts-de-Seine]
Dates
1998 - 2002
Surface
1400 m²
Budget
2 M€ HT
Architects
Philippe Ameller et Jacques Dubois