Winner of a two-round MEP procedure, the project includes the complete redevelopment of an attic space into flats, the transformation and upgrading of the existing building (AEAI (fire), security and partial CVSE (heating, ventilation, sanitary, electricity)), the redevelopment and reclassification of the courtyard and all external facilities.
All 7 proposals for the attic redevelopment offer spacious east-west or north-south facing 2.5 and 3.5 room flats with walk-through living spaces. The use of existing roof openings and the creation of new skylights allow for natural ventilation and optimal lighting. The project also integrates balcony bathtubs. The provision of natural light and the views to the outside offered by the skylights, velux windows and balcony-baths, combined with the maintenance of the exposed structural parts, give the attic a lot of character.
For the exterior, the project foresees the installation of a new non-infiltrating coloured asphalt for traffic areas and parking spaces alongside the buildings. This will prevent potential water from entering the basements. In order to define the traffic area and parking spaces, the project aims to use different colours. The parking spaces on the central block are delineated using grids or grass paving stones which will allow the localised infiltration of rainwater, thus encouraging the growth of the two isolated plane trees.
Location plan, roof, attic, ground floor
Section AA and Section BB