The Agronomy School used to cover 250 hectares. It was subsequently condensed to 2 hectares to accommodate the Paris School. The configuration of the premises must also allow for the latest in teaching and research methods. Teaching areas, L1/L2/L3 laboratories, S1 greenhouses and C3 climate chambers have been grouped together in a malleable environment. All the buildings, linked by footbridges at various levels, overlook a well-landscaped 1.5 hectare park.
Meeting rooms and community areas occupy centre stage in each of them to facilitate contact. Offices and laboratories face each other on the perimeter so that users can alternate between concentration and interaction.
- Functionality and readability.
- Campus identity.
- Occupant well-being.
- Opening onto the landscape.
- RT 2012
- HQE Tertiary Sector Building Certification - excellent ranking
- Effinergie + label
- CEP RT 2012 -30%