Residence D of the Télécom Paris school was built in the sixties, as an archetype of its time: load-bearing partitions, poorly insulated walls, and mosaic cladding. Due to its obsolescence, its inadequacy to standards, and technical requirements, the student residence raises the question of an in-depth evolution.
The apartments are transformed with a total redistribution which allows them to pass from 302 to 344 apartments. The common areas were also redeveloped. The implementation of ceramic cladding allows for standardizing the building with a perennial material. The various interventions (creation of corner balconies, boxes in the facades, removal of certain balconies) shape a staggering that animates the 80 linear meters of the facade on the rue de Tolbiac. The identification of the new components is ensured by the use of anodized aluminum, which formalizes the added features, while the treatment of the corners simplifies the reading of the entrances to the residence, which were previously hidden.
Restoration of a 344-unit student residence
9 200 m² sp
17,7 M € HT
Plan climat de Paris
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