collège à saint-thierry

Building the extension of the Mont d’Hor secondary school in St-Thierry, which is located at the top of the hill on the village boundary, implies two different scales of work : an “upper” scale on the entrance side, and a “lower” scale on the landscape side. The roof and façades are wrapped up in a zinc origami. The catering area, pedagogy service, library and music and art classrooms are settled in the building extension. The other classrooms can be found in the existing building, which has been renovated.

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architect
fv
place
1 Rue Marcel Ladiesse, Saint-Thierry (51)
France
description
Restructuration & extension of Mont d'Hor secondary school
client
CONSEIL GENERAL DE LA MARNE
surface
7655 m²
cost
6.3 M€ ht
calendar
design
delivery
team

Fassio-Viaud (partners) ;
J.P. Thomas architecte ;
ARNOULD (structure) ;
T3E (fluids);
DEMARNE (thermics) ;
COMSEPT ingénierie (monitoring consultant)

photographers

Paul Kozlowski

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