Mission:Full mission, architecture and theatre design
Costs:1 322 000 € HT
Area:450 m² - 162 pl. assises - 720 pl. public debout
Team:Clé Millet (architecte and theatre designer) / Pantec (M+E engineer)
It was to give a second life to a set of technical workshops where the movie "Gas Oil" was shot in his day.
Converted into a place of multi-purpose shows and events, this renamed space named after the famous resistant Lucie Aubrac located in the center of Montmorency, in the heart of the Gaillard complex Castle.
The conceptual work consisted of a re-characterization of the exterior architectural features that are therefore preserved while the interior layout is completely redesigned.
Inside an envelope hoisted to a level of thermal performance in phase with the RT 2012, different spaces revolve around an exhibition path which is at the same time the device of compliance "security and disabled access standard ".
The project also includes the renovation of the premises adjacent to the auditorium, composed of a concierge service, traditional eighteenth century stone base, timber and corbelling, andalso a building whose former assignment was an associative space.
The program includes a tourist office and a tea room on the ground floor of the conciergerie. The story of the two buildings, are connected and hosts four charity offices accessible from the tourist office.