Mission:Competition, design-build (up-to APD - Design Development)
Costs:2 100 000 € HT
Area:2 700 m²
Team:Clé Millet (architect) / B. Millet (collaborating architect) / Holbat (main contractor) / Cetrac (structural and M+E engineer)
The Maison de l'Habitat Durable in Lille is a model demonstration site for the scenography of all environmental solutions mainly adapted to housing. It occupies a disused factory and rehabilitated for this purpose.
The project consists in the creation of a crossing fracture forming mail which plays several roles:
- provide an exhibition space for permanent or temporary displays,
- split up the space into a succession of thematic "houses" more on the scale of the subject,
- broadly open the view on the lateral functions of free consultation or information,
- create a strong appeal both by access on rue Racine and on rue Corneille and thus magnify a global reading of the proposed spaces,
- present a technical section on construction where all networks and insulation solutions become visible,
The program is accompanied by outdoor developments in extension on the courtyard of the adjoining town hall.