To respond to this problem, we have designed a new neighbourhood with a strong identity and a shape that stands out from the surrounding areas: A large open island crossed in its length by a "diagonal".
This axis, partly pedestrian, brings several benefits. Residents will be able to take this shortcut to get to the future Greater Paris metro station located nearby (400m). In addition, it will make it possible to serve, from the inside, blocks of buildings of varying volumes and heights, thus qualifying the addresses of residents. This diagonal road leads to the N2 at the corner of the ASPTT sports grounds. At this point we have positioned the medical day centre, which is represented under a single volume, a large health centre.
Our perspective is based on the creation of large landscaped areas and variety in the volumes, shapes and heights of the buildings. The multitude of gardens that will directly benefit the housing on the ground floors is a reflection of the quality of the gardens of the adjacent suburban fabric.
SEMIP, City of Pantin
A 2 ha lot, 30 000 m² of housing, medical centre and shops Public spaces: one lane, two small squares and a square of 1000m².
Urban coordination and project management of public spaces