Treasury General of the Hérault, MONTPELLIER, France by Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion - N+B Architects. The main stake in this operation is to create, within an architectural envelope the 70s, the contemporary working environment and to bring a quality of space answering the current needs.
Treasury general of the Hérault in Montpellier, put in building finished at the beginning of the seventies, is located in entrance of the city, close to the quarter of Antigone and to the heart of the city. This building is accessible to its two big parallel facades at the main highways maintenance. It is from a distance towards the north by a parking zone and towards the south a hollow green space. The main access of the public is situated towards the north, the south access being reserved for the personal. The project of rehabilitation intends to restore a coherence of overall in the functioning of the building. The works consist of great majority in an interior fitting-out of offices with a distribution adapted by the services to improve the comfort and the quality of life in the building.
Program: rehabilitation of the Treasury General of Hérault
Client: Ministry of economy and financeplanning: Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion - N+B Architectes
Project manager: Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion -N+B Architectes, associated architect: Romain Jamot
Area: 6 000 m²
First delivery: 06/2009
Start of construction: 12/2010
Cost: 3,9m EUR
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