The Louvre Post Office, inaugurated in 1888, was designed by its architect, Julien Guadet, as a place destined to evolve to adapt to the realities and needs of its time. In 2016, the rehabilitation undertaken by the architect Dominique Perrault enabled the metamorphosis of this heritage site with the ambition of making it a real place of life and services.
The revamped building is now home to mixed uses, including postal activities, a 5* hotel, housing, and the new headquarters of Louvre Banque Privée, whose interior design was created by CALQ.
Located on the first floor, on a vast 8,500 sqm. surface, this new office space meets both the requirements of high-end standards and the well-being of users. The layout includes employee areas (offices, meeting rooms, collaborative spaces), a management area, customer reception rooms, and a multi-modal room for conferences.
Through its sobriety and its light insertion, this project reflects all the attention paid to the architectural dimension of the heritage building in which it is inserted.
DEVELOPER Louvre Banque Privée
DELEGATED PROJECT DEVELOPER Poste Immo
ASSISTANT OF THE DEVELOPER LBA Ingénierie
PROGRAMMER | SPACE PLANNING CONSULTANT ARP Astrance