Danone Research and Innovation Centre, Paris-Saclay
architecture – landscaping – interior architecture – construction management
Arte Charpentier’s teams are getting started on the final quarter of the construction
site of the future Centre, which is certified as a Low Carbon Building.
This project integrates the use of natural resources, plant cover, water recovery
and the installation of photovoltaic panels, thereby contributing to a positive impact
on the city.
architecture – interior architecture – landscaping
and a building from the 50s built around an Hôtel Particulier dating from 1820.
architecture – construction management – interior architecture – landscaping
The freshly renovated building is now 100% occupied.
line 4 and the Grand Paris Express network to all the northern districts and
to serve the Victor Hugo eco-district thanks to public transport.
Markets in Benin
architecture – landscaping
where visitors follow a circuit offering views of the city and the river.
The construction site is nearing completion. It will be delivered at the end of 2022.
It evokes the celestial world in Buddhist culture with its base made up of successive
landings. The construction work is drawing to a close.
The Salon de l’Immobilier Bas Carbone 2022
We will be present from the 22nd to the 24th of September at the Grand Palais Ephémère,
in Paris, on the occasion of the first edition of SIBCA. We invite you to meet us at stand G12,
in the section devoted to architects.
Trophée du CIEL 2022
The Trophée du Ciel 2022 was awarded to the Silex 2 Tower in Lyon,
in the New Offices category.
Dezeen Awards 2022
Dezeen nominated Arte Charpentier’s new website for the 2022 Dezeen Awards
in the Website of the Year category.
Soil: a resource for living cities
What is our soil made of? What about its biodiversity, its artificialisation?
This conference offers a fresh perspective on this crucial subject,
between France and Mexico.
Hugo Cruz Ramos, a Mexican microbiologist, will shed light on the microcosmos
of the soil. Nathalie Leroy, a French landscape designer, will present urban projects
and her research on soil biodiversity carried out at the Arte Charpentier agency.
Conference on Thursday September 29th at 7pm at the Maison du Mexique,
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris.
Truth or Dare? Sustainable and Resilient Businesses
How can commercial activity areas become future 15-minute neighbourhoods?
How can we renew these massively artificialised spaces?
Arp Astrance and Arte Charpentier conducted a study on these topics in 2022.
The first results will be presented in a round table discussion and a workshop
on Tuesday, November 15th at 5.30 pm at 9 avenue Percier 75008 Paris.
With contributions by:
Jean Guiony, Deputy Director of the Action Cœur de Ville (ANCT) programme,
Arnaud Gasnier, university professor of Urban Planning and Development,
Laura Jehl, Doctor of Urban Planning and Head of the Neighbourhood
Revitalisation and Economic Real Estate Department at Est Ensemble,
Herve Moal, Research director, external consultant for the Innovation
and Prospective Unit at Arp Astrance,
Sophia Verguin, architect and PhD student on this topic, research officer,