The Carré Concorde project is part of a prestigious 18th century complex in the heart of the Saint-Honoré district in Paris.
The two mansions on rue Saint-Florentin have been steeped in history since their construction in 1768 by Louis Le Tellier, inspector of the King's buildings in Versailles, until their last user, the fashion designer Jean Patou. The renovation of this historic Parisian complex by CALQ is therefore an architectural challenge that will combine neoclassical refinement and contemporary design.
The offices, which are spread over 5 levels, have been redesigned to meet international requirements and new working practices. The workspaces are organized around the 500 sqm. main courtyard, offering a single-use amenity in the heart of Paris.
On the lower level, Carré Concorde benefits from a business center composed of an auditorium and a foyer.
ASSISTANT OF THE DEVELOPER CALQ CONSULTANTS
ASSISTANT HIGH ENVIRONNEMENTAL QUALITY ELAN
ARCHITECT | INTERIOR DESIGNER | COORDINATION OF STUDIES | SITE MANAGEMENT CALQ
STUDY OFFICES SCYNA 4 | AR-C | ERTEM | ACCEO | AE75 | CASSO | SETEC Bâtiment | CAP HORN