Architecture for the Olympic Games. Aquatics Centre Paris 2024 by VenhoevenCS and Ateliers 2/3/4/

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Project team
Projectmanagers.- Arjen Zaal, Yves de Pommereau.
Landscape architect.- Ateliers 2/3/4/.
Schlaich Bergermann Partner (Structural Engineer).
Inex Bet (Mep).
Inddigo (Sustainability Consultant).
Katene (Water Treatment).
Mazet & Associes (Economist).
Peutz (Acoustic Consultant).
Cl Infra (External Work).
Csd & Associés (Security Consultant).
Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France / La Métropole du Grand Paris.
Aquatic centre.- approx. 20,000 sqm.
Overpass Dimensions.- 20 m large, 106 m long.
Saint-Denis, France.
Aquatic centre.- € 126 M. Overpass.- € 21 M.
Salem Mostefaoui, Simon Guesdon.

Ateliers 2/3/4/

Ateliers 2/3/4/.- Since 2000, 2/3/4/ unites the experience of three French firms that, since the early 1980s, have paid particular attention to new lifestyles that demand a return to simplicity and the basics.

2/3/4/ defends the luxury of a "lifestyle" that seeks out "well-being". Made to measure, each project is the opportunity for a study that makes it unique whether in terms of sustainable development, typology or construction system.

Ton Venhoeven. VenhoevenCS

VenhoevenCS is an innovative architecture studio founded by Ton Venhoeven in Amsterdam in 1995. The studio seeks to ensure that sustainable architecture, urban development and infrastructure work in harmony with the challenges of our time. VenhoevenCS has since become a renowned design and consultancy practice, with five partners and an international team of architects, urban planners and technical engineers.

VenhoevenCS believes that our planet offers ample space for all living things to coexist peacefully and sustainably. But as the world's population and global prosperity increase rapidly, we need to fundamentally adjust the way we shape and structure our use of the planet.

VenhoevenCS also believes that the project can help revitalize the world for all forms of life. Nature works with ecosystems that are self-sufficient and sustainable, a concept we use as a starting point for our research, design and consulting practice.

They believe in the power of architecture and planning as tools to create a better and more sustainable world. The compact team offers the solutions needed for a wide range of pressing challenges facing societies today. In architecture, they develop projects for sports and leisure, culture and education, health, mixed use, residential, offices and public services, transformation, interior design and products. In infrastructure they plan stations, bridges, tunnels and bicycle parking lots. On a larger scale, they project urban development plans, station areas and spatial strategies.

They specialize in finding comprehensive spatial solutions to social and environmental problems at all possible scales. And although they sometimes participate in rural and landscape projects, their main focus is on the largest metropolis with all its components: self-sustaining neighborhoods and emissions-free buildings, microgrids that support recycling and a healthy lifestyle, cities that include nature . , transformation and revitalization, mixed land use, metropolitan agriculture, densification, compact buildings and innovative facades.

However, it is not just a question of engineering and project. Cultural and social aspects are also of vital importance. This is what CS stands for in its name.



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