Located within the ZAC Ivry Confluence, a mixed development zone, Yuri is part of the transformation of an area with an industrial past into a mixed-use urban district with a strong ecological focus, the high point of which will be a park overlooking the Seine.
From the design and marketing, though to development's operation and use, Yuri is a project entirely conceived, designed and developed by Patriarche, a multidisciplinary architectural firm, and its subsidiaries Bart, who is in charge of the project works management, and Walter, responsible for operations and management.
Together Bart, Walter, and Patriarch are focusing on more than just the design and build. Their mission is to work on value-added and user-oriented projects, while making the best use of their resources. Yuri is the perfect example of this approach, where new ways of using spaces will coexist in a contemporary and timeless architecture to, foster interaction and collaborative working.
- Flexible work spaces.
- Rooftop terrace.
- Underground parking.
- Accessible by public transport.
- Targeted energy use standard: HQE Bâtiment Durable 2016, a High Environmental Quality and sustainable building rating.
- Targeted energy use standards: BBC EFFINERGIE 2017 objective - C1 E+C-, an energy-efficient and low-carbon rating.
- Sustainable energy company Geotelluence's district heating solution (60% renewable energy).
Patriarche (architecture, interior design, Environmental Building Quality [EBQ], and BIM)
Patriarche Ingénierie (cost assessment and general construction)
Patriarche DB (direct contractor)
Walter (operations, office rental, business services)