The four buildings emerge from a magnificent terraced garden overlooking Lake Geneva. The "Château" to the north of the site and its annex are maintained, thus defining the link between the site, the Plaines district and the connection to the Avenue de Cour.
The slanted facades of the new buildings create a play of reflections where sky and park merge. Inside, the 600 m2 of free space guarantees great flexibility for the tenant. A central glazed core with all the facilities links the floors together, offering oblique views between each floor and an opening towards the lake.
An interior link connects all the buildings. This semi-subterranean space is punctuated by a variety of zenithal light, such as that from the interior skylight, openings onto the park or through the rooms adjacent to the circulation.
The new outdoor facilities, to be completed in 2022, will act as a visual and plant-based focal point from Avenue de Rhodanie. Two new themse gardens will be installed on the roof of the car park, between the buildings: the Dogwood Garden and the Office Garden. Now accessible to the public, they are characterised by unique furnishings and vast organic surfaces with shrubs and herbaceous plants. Inside the building, facing the new cafeteria, there is also a patio which stands out due to its large foliage plants and colourful ferns. In the medium term, this courtyard will become a contemplative plant scene. These new living spaces represent a landscape link between the site and the surrounding landscape.