Bermondsey-based Brisac Gonzalez has won the go-ahead for a £28 million mixed-use scheme in Paris
The 18,000m² development includes a 3,200m² sports centre and a ten-storey apartment building which sits above a 3,600m² primary school and ground floor retail spaces.
Paris-based practice Antoine Regnault is also designing a fifteen-storey apartment building as part of the scheme.
The project sits within the 54-hectare Clichy-Batignolles masterplan which also includes a new 90,000m² justice centre by Renzo Piano, 3,400 homes, more than 140,000m² of office space, 30,000m² of retail space and a new public park.
Construction on the project is set to start on site towards the end of 2015 and it is expected to complete in 2018.
Location ZAC Clichy Batignolles, Paris, France
Type of project mixed-use
Client Paris Habitat
Architect Brisac Gonzalez Architects
Landscape and planning consultant Aubert Minvielle
Structural engineer VP&Green
M&E consultant INEX
Tender date April 2015
Start on site date October 2015
Completion date 2018
Gross internal floor area 18,000m²
Total cost £28,200,000