TANK has begun design work on the construction of a mixed-use development in the city of Bordeaux. Located in the Bordeaux-Lac neighbourhood, the plot includes three individual buildings offering a wide variety of housing typologies, ranging from single-family houses, duplexes, to more classic housing, as well as apartments for disabled persons, and a nursery. Offset to one another, the three buildings form a well-balanced composition of architecture, gardens, and pathways. The ground floor opens up to the lake, as well as the planted landscape of native species and pine trees. The volumes are shaped to allow for the optimal orientation of each living unit and to provide expansive views of the gardens and adjacent lake. The living entities possess the qualities of a ‘girolle’-style villa, echoing the region’s architectural heritage and traditional building materials. The project’s material palette and textures have been chosen to correspond to the region’s climate and surrounding environment, and to help to further root itself in the landscape and create a sense of place.
État du projet
Budget HT M²
Chef de projet
Jules Bertrand, Maxime Legein, Thomas Harbonnier