Urban link. Tower Trinity by Cro&Co Architecture

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Project team
Project management.- Artelia BI. Project leaders.- Francesca Benente, Federica Bestonso, Daniel Durassier, David Lefrant, Benjamin Liatoud. Design of Catering area.- Saguez & Partners. Design of Common areas, lobby and lobby furniture.- Cro&Co Architecture.
Landscape architects.- Bureau Bas Smets, Phytoconseil. Structural Engineers.- Setec tpi. M&E Engineer.- Barbanel. Acoustics.- Tisseyre & Associés. Lighting.- Les ateliers de l’éclairage. Sustainability.- ALTO Ingénierie. Façades.-  Arcora. Elevators.-  ARUP. Restaurant concept development.- Restauration Conseil. External Works.- Progexial. Security and alarm systems.- CSD & Associés. Building control office.- Socotec.
H&S coordinator.- Bureau Veritas. Surveyor.- Cabinet P. Fauchère et M. Le Floch. Signage.- Gérard Plénacoste.
SCI Trinity Défense (Unibail Rodamco Westfield).  
Delegated contractor.-Espace Expansion. General contractor.- Bateg (Vinci Construction France).
49,400 sqm.
Construction works.- November 2015 – october 2020. Delivery.- November 2020.
1bis place de la Défense – 92800 Puteaux, Paris, France.

Jean-Luc Crochon. Cro and Co Architecture

The architectural agency Cro&Co Architecture is structured around Jean-Luc Crochon, the founding architect, and a passionate and creative team composed of twenty talents. Cro&Co has been developing ambitious projects of various types for 20 years, carried out for renowned Owners. Based on the values of openness and exchange, Cro&Co approaches each new challenge by listening, combining multidisciplinary work with study of uses and research of detail.

Jean-Luc Crochon was born in Paris, where he also graduated from UP1 university in 1988. Registering with the Order of Architects, he began his career by setting up his own agency. After a period working as a consultant with RFR, he founded a new practice in 1998 with Cuno Brullmann that was to become Cro&Co Architecture; Jean-Luc took over sole directorship in 2008. Boasting several prizes (the Trophée Eiffel in 2020, the steel building award in 2010, the AMO award in 2002) and publications, Jean-Luc is a member of the AFEX (French architects for export association) and the CTBUH, and is on the board of directors of AMO (architect and Owner organisation).



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