The Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima Nishizawa won the competition about 140 apartments in collaboration with Bollinger+Grohmann on behalf of OPAC de Paris. The project comprises besides the living space also business space and parking spaces and is located in a mixed space in town between urbanity and nature.
Four five-story buildings are set on columns and rise above the surrounding area dominating it in different ways through their mass and volume. Free forms are creating free space and form exceptional outlooks. The residential apartments offer an above average exposure to daylight to the residents.
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