This project to transform a building from the 1970s into a healthcare center is the result of a collaboration between the architectural firms &Givry, Vincent Gillot Architecture and CALQ. The Bergère Healthcare Center employs around sixty doctors and dental surgeons and is equipped with innovative facilities.
The architects wanted to create a reassuring setting for patients and functional for doctors: acoustic comfort between practices, quality of air treatment and hot/cold sensation, provision of natural light on all floors by replacing the original prefabricated facades with curtain walls, respect for confidentiality provided by blackout blinds and vitrophany, choice of materials suitable for medical use.
The renovation also made it possible to transform the backyard into a garden which houses a wooden floor extension on 3 levels, topped by a green terrace. The green spaces now provide habitats for falcons and bees. The interior and exterior facades have also been clad with metal mesh supporting planters.
The Bergère Healthcare Center is firmly rooted in its neighbourhood and is participating in the greening of urban spaces, as well as in the reintegration of areas of biodiversity into the city.
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ASSISTANT OF THE DEVELOPER Builders & Partners
ASSISTANT HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Elan
REPRESENTATIVE ARCHITECT | SITE MANAGEMENT | SCHEDULING MISSION MANAGEMENT & COORDINATION OF THE WORKS CALQ
JOINT ARCHITECTS &Givry et Vincent Gillot Architecture
STUDY OFFICES UBC Ingénierie | Garcia | CAPRI Acoustique | Architecture et scènes d'extérieur | CEEF