The interior renovations of a private enterprise’s headquarters has allowed this parisian manor overlooking the Parc Monceau to regain its historic grandeur. Over the course of six-years, the building’s interiors were completely restructured to adapt to the environmental requirements of precision watchmaking. The project involved redesigning three floors of offices, providing light-filled ateliers fitted with ample work counters, and creating a large central staircase at the heart of a bustling work environment, presenting the logistical challenge of performing a massive reconstruction without interrupting the inner workings of the building.
Paris VIII, France
Rehabilitation of a private mansion into offices
2012 - Construction from 2013 to 2023 in 7 phases
WSP Flack + Kurtz, Design Box
1.200 m² SU
Baptiste Sauvan, Caroline Mangin