Architecture (Equipment)

HEQ Rouget-de-Lisle Leisure Centre - 1999 / 2003 Nanterre (92)

Project team

atelierphilippemadec (Paris), commissioned architect
- Ingerop, general surveyors 
- Christiane Chabot, landscaping artist

Client

Ville de Nanterre

Net Gross Area: 1545 m²  | Cost: €3,613,834 plus additional taxes

Situated between the RER A suburban railway lines, a concerted development zone of small collectives, an old pavilliondistrict and schools, the Rouget-de-Lisle leisure centre meets environmental standards to give a place of well-being to the children of Nanterre, a western suburb of Paris. A series of pavillions hosts activities for children, next to a T-shaped aqueduct. The development faces onto the street leading towards the RER suburban railway and on to a covered playground that offers acoustic protection and where the water from the aqueduct falls. 
The forecourt leads on from the pedestrian crossing, and is extended through the building by a transparent hall.

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