Le Cours des Arts. An intergenerational housing complex by a/LTA

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Design team
Project Oversight Alain Philippe. Project Managers.- Virginie Guillevic Nathalie Jeunot Alexis Biard, Alexandre Plantady.
Project Management Team.- NEOTOA / Aménageur : TERRITOIRES
Programme 119 housing units. 45 subsidised housing units for sale (buildings A and B). 31 housing units for rental of which 8 associés housing units (building C). 39 housing units for sale (building D). + 4 artist’s studios/housing units (1 of which for sale) + 2 artist’s studios. + communal gardens. + 3 business premises. + a leisure room. + car park.
Ouest Structures + ALBDO + CDLP + Acoustibel + Origami
Total Surface Area.- 8,350 sq.m. Living Space.- 
7,800 sq.m. + Usable Space (housing units + professional premises).
Completed 2018
Structural Work.- SCOBAT
. Restoration Work.- DURAND. 
Framework.- CCL
. Cladding/Covering Work.- FERATTE. Waterproofing.- ARMOR ETANCHEITE. Outdoor Carpentry.- MARTIN MENUISERIES. Garage Doors.- DOITRAND. 
Metal Work.- OMS. 
Indoor Carpentry.- PERRIN
. Wall Work.- GADBY. 
. LV Electrics.-LEPAGE
. Painting.-TUAL
. Floor Covering.- HERVE. 
Lifts.- ABH
. Landscaping.- ALTHEA NOVA.
Construction Cost
€ 10,100,000 (excl.VAT)
CDA Beauregard-Quincé - Rennes (35)
. France

Maxime Le Trionnaire-Gwénaël Le Chapelain. Alain Tassot-Jean-Luc Le Trionnaire A/LTA ARCHITECTS

a/LTA Architects – Planners is a team structured around four associated architects.

Maxime Le Trionnaire and Gwénaël Le Chapelain, DPLG architects, met in 1997 at the Nantes’ School of Architecture. Graduated in 2004, they worked in several renowned agencies (Architecture-Studio, Block, Duncan Lewis, Stéphane Maupin, X-tu). They were nominated to the “First work prize” by the Monitor in 2008. In 2010, they joined forces. Since then they have been developing complicity and continue to refine their architectural visions.  

a/LTA Architects – Planners brings together around twenty employees who work on a contemporary, , contextual and responsive architecture Each architectural project tends towards its own singularity, respectful of the suggested program.

In 2014 their agency won the European award “40 UNDER 40” which rewards emerging generation of European architects and designers under 40 years old.

Alain Tassot and Jean-Luc Le Trionnaire, DPLG architects, have been working together in Rennes since 1990. Rich of major projects in the different sphere related to public or private orders, they founded a/LTA Architects – Planners Agency in 2002. 



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