New extension of Line 14 to Mairie de Saint-Ouen by AZC Architectes + ARCHITRAM

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Design team
Project design.- Gwenäel Loubes, Alba Bui, Beatriz Gago Roncero, Nicolas Berdon, Petr Kalivoda, Radu Ungureanu, Roland Oberhofer, Jeremias Lorch. Construction.- Margot Carrier, Daniel Corso, Michele Ciervo, Adrien Fournier, Carol Fanjul, Romain Mathey, Eric Pitalieri, Theophilos Zachos, Philippe Mialhe.
Exploitant RATP.
GFA.- 24,937 sqm.
UFA.- 18,702 sqm.
Circulation.- 6,235 sqm.
Pont Cardinet Station.- 4,300 sqm.
Porte de Clichy Station.- 9,000 sqm.
Station Clichy St-Ouen.- 5,000 sqm.
Mairie de St-Ouen station.- 7,000 sqm.
€ 68,000,000.
Commissioning date.- December, 2011 (signature of the EPC contract).
Study period.- 76 months (in parallel with the start of the civil works).
Construction duration.- 48 months for civil engineering works and 28 months for the architectural design part.
Project delivery date.- January, 2021. (+12 months for the lifting of the reserves).
Paris, France.

Grégoire Zündel, Irina Cristea. AZC

AZC Architectes is an architectural studio founded in 2001 by Irina Cristea and Grégoire Zündel based in Paris, France.

The studio was born out of the idea that the exploration of architecture and its techniques could help to improve the built environment. Their interest does not lie in the invention of concepts, they have always tried to realise buildings for real life needs.

Through competitions and direct commissions, the office has worked on more than a hundred projects of varied scales and uses. Most of its built projects are intended for a wider public; sports facilities, conference halls, office and residential buildings, some of which very specifically for vulnerable populations. They also have eight metro stations under construction, four of them in Paris and four in Rennes and studies for a new station in Lyon.

Most of their work has been published, exhibited, sometimes awarded and they have often been given the opportunity to speak on issues of sustainability, diversity and innovative techniques that illustrate all their commitments.

Irina Cristea, born in Bucharest, graduated from ENSA Strasbourg in 1995 and studied architecture at London South Bank University and Bucharest Ion Mincu institute.

Grégoire Zündel, born in Colmar, graduated from ENSA Strasbourg in 1995. He is a visiting professor at ENSA Strasbourg from 2004-2006.

Dominik Buxtorf, Vincent Mavilia. ARCHITRAM

ARCHITRAM is an architectural and urban planning studio founded in 1997 with Dominik Buxtorf and Vincent Mavilia as principal partners, based in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The studio was created by the merger of H. Schaffner & Cie SA (1956) and Architram (1987). The office employs some forty staff: architects, interior designers, draughtsmen, site supervisors and managers provide services in a wide range of fields, from local land-use planning to the construction of buildings and infrastructure for the private and public sectors.

They develop conceptual and constructive demands in the field of energy saving and sustainable property. The studio regularly participates in architectural competitions.



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