It’s a party in Clichy Batignolles!
On September 24th, nearly 3000 people wandered on the future street Mstislav Rostropovich to preview the volumetry of this singular urban ensemble, which rises between the Martin Luther King Park and the railway line Saint-Lazare.
Residents and Parisians took part in this sunny and friendly open day, during which more than 60 visits to building sites and city walks were sold out.
- Nearly 700 people were able to visit the buildings delivered or under construction in this sector under construction
- 200 walkers followed the urban walks commented by architects and art historians
- 150 children took part in the bike repair workshops offered by AICV (Animation Insertion Culture & bikes) and Ateliers Villes (educational workshops on urbanism and architecture)
- Nearly 150 classical music fans listened to Xavier Phillips' cello recital in tribute to Mstislav Rostropovich
Pictured here Téo Garcia, CoRDEES project manager at PBA meeting with future co-owners of buildings finished in 2018. Questions were asked about geothermal and photovoltaic energy production.
These co-owners will be using the CoRDEES dashboard first hand.