A showcase for the group’s modernity and ambition, the new headquarters brings together all of the group’s activities in a single location.
In the heart of the developing ACI 2000 business district, the new Orange regional headquarters is the new symbol of the company’s influence in Bamako.
This ambitious project accommodates all the activities and consists of 12 floors of office space.
The interior spaces of the project were designed to be as free as possible. The structural work allows us to combine open spaces, collaborative spaces and showrooms with the greatest possible modularity and scalability.
Its resolutely modern facade acts as a brise soleil and provides almost total protection from direct radiation, thus avoiding the overheating associated with the Malian climate.
- Architecture respectful of its context.
- Minimalist composition and structure.
- New emblem in the heart of Bamako.
Intentions - bias
The slenderness of the towers is based on the balance and multiplicity of the proposed heights, thus offering the fragmentation of a project that is well integrated into its environment.
The staggered use of a square module allows the project to rise in 3 towers of varying heights, thus interacting with the surrounding buildings.
The play of altimetry offers views of the city from the upper floors and generous roof terraces.
The RDC is positioned as a living space for Orange employees in Bamako. Catering areas, sports areas, an internal clinic and other services coexist on the same level and open onto several planted patios.
The volumetric intentions of the project are based on a fair integration, and respectful of its context.