1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France ©RPBW
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Deidi van Schaewen
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Michel Denancé
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Michel Denancé
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Michel Denancé
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Michel Denancé
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Deidi van Schaewen
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Michel Denancé
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Gianni Berengo Gardin
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France Ph. Gianni Berengo Gardin
1981-1984

Schlumberger Renovation

Paris, France

Schlumberger was the first of a series of projects focused on reclaiming industrial sites.

While there were extensive changes made inside the precinct of the site, the original exteriors were preserved to keep the historical identity of this area in the outskirts of Paris.

Old factories were demolished to make area for a garden, under which the new communal facilities were placed.

Natural vegetation permeates the project to blur the boundary between landscape and architecture.

Credits

Client: Compteurs Montrouge (Schlumberger Ltd.)

Renzo Piano Building Workshop, architects

Design team: N.Okabe, B.Plattner (associates in charge), T.Hartman, S.Ishida (associate), J.Lohse, D.Rat, G.Saintjean, J.F.Schmit, P.Vincent with M.Alluyn, A.Gillet, F.Laville, G.Petit, C.Susstrunk

Consultants: GEC Ingénierie (cost control); P. Rice (tensostructure); A. Chemetoff, M. Massot, C. Pierdet (landscaping); M. Dowd, J. Huc (interiors)

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