The Marly Innovation Center is continuing its development with three new buildings.
Developed by the Magizan-CCHE consortium, already responsible for the eco-neighbourhood’s design and construction, these buildings will house a training center, a medical center and a 13-storey hotel (ground floor + 12 floors) with 167 rooms.
The whole complex is unified by a large public space planted with trees and offering a number of permeabilities for the soft mobility network, as well as a variety of possibilities for use and relaxation. Each building opens onto the exterior through a covered portico. All the porticoes accompany and emphasise the north-south soft mobility axis. Ultimately, this district, which offers a new way of living and working, is expected to provide up to 1'500 jobs and house 2'300 residents.
CCHE Lausanne SA and Magizan SA
Group of 3 buildings
A hotel, an administrative building and a training building
Floor area (GFA)
The Hôtel des Innovations, the result of collaboration between MAGIZAN and CCHE, is a functional icon. With its 12 floors and 167 four-star rooms, the establishment offers a variety of accommodation options, including 8 suites, executive rooms, as well as 2-room and 1-room-and-a-half rooms. One floor is specifically dedicated to seminars, offering a suitable space for such events.
The imposing trapezoidal pillars of the Hôtel des Innovations form the building's dynamic, modern signature and are in keeping with MIC's pioneering, innovative values.
Axonometry: Administration building, Innovation Hotel, training center and offices
Training center and offices