escaliers de l’hôpital trousseau à paris 12°

In the context of improvement works of security conditions in the Armand Trousseau hospital (Paul-Louis Chigot building), our project proposal was to create 3 outdoor staircases that would help evacuating people in emergency cases. The staircases are designed like thin and shiny towers hugging this hospital for sick children in a singular way. The metallic and articulated triangular panels are revealed when hit by sunrays. The many surfaces are folded like a sleek piece of paper. The stairs and safety guards can be seen through the almost-transparent cladding.

infos
architect
bp
place
Rue du Docteur Arnold Netter, Paris 12°

description
3 staircases for Hôpital Trousseau, works on occupied site + security standards improvements
client
HOPITAUX DE PARIS – HOPITAL ARMAND TROUSSEAU
surface
4500 m² shon
cost
4 M€ ht
calendar
design
delivery
team

BP ARCHITECTURES (Jean Bocabeille & Ignacio Prego) ;
EVP INGENIERIE (Structure) ;
LEMARCHAND (Économist)

photographers

Luc Boegly

texture
program
environment