The aim of the project is to consolidate the adult and child psychiatry departments of the Le Havre hospital on the hospital site Flaubert. The hillside site is exceptional both for being close to the town centre and for the views over the surrounding landscape, as well as for the rich greenery and views all the way to the sea.
The project comprises an existing building - the former management building, located on the higher part of the site, which was refurbished to house consultation rooms in the children's
unit - and a new extension on the lower part of the site. On the top floor of the latter, which is linked to the children's consultation centre, there are day centres for younger and older children, and on the lower levels, an adult psychiatry unit for people suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders, and an addiction unit.
The architecture is designed to fit into the landscape. It is made up of a series of "white layers" that run horizontally through the entire building. The existing part of the building is being refurbished to accommodate children and the new part of the building is for adult use.
- Health architecture.
- Spaces to sit and reflect.
- People flow management.
- High Environmental Quality certification: E+C
Patriarche (Architecture, Interior architecture and design, Landscape, Environmental Building Quality [EBQ], and BIM)
Patriarche Creative (Signage)