Against a backdrop of awareness of the ecological crisis, confinement has revealed to everyone a need for outdoors, nature, sociability and horizons. Transposed to the world of work, this essential need is provided by the multiplicity and quality of outdoor spaces, rest, allowing the concept of social distancing revealed by the current crisis. The clear horizon must be pleasant and appreciable, green and a little more natural.
The subject of air quality was also affirmed, finding natural ventilation and avoiding air conditioning, agile and flexible spaces with less technicality.
For this project intended for the Department of Green Spaces of Bordeaux Métropole, the ambition crossed between architecture and environmental performance, fundamental in each prospective approach, guides our design in its location and its morphology. The iterative process between program, uses and constraints is essential here in a disjointed urban context.