In Mulhouse, the facade of the Chrome taps in the tradition of the alsatian




A PROJECT AND / OR A SPECIALIZATION. Inaugurated in February 2015, the office building, The Chrome becomes one of the first buildings symbol of the mutation of the new district of the station of Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin). The agency alsatian DeA Architects opted on the 3.400 m2 of office space for a façade of a “changing and challenging.” Discovery.
On the block 5 of the Zac gare de Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin), any turns close to the train station after the delivery in the second half of 2016 of the two hotels, Ibis Style and Ibis Budget (144 rooms in total), designed by the agency ANMA-Nicolas Michelin. Next to the central train station of Mulhouse, on the square in front of Adrien-Zeller, building, Chrome, designed by the local agency DeA Architects surprise us with its colorful facades. It is, indeed, one of the first buildings symbol of the mutation of the new district from the railway station of Mulhouse, opened on 9 February 2015.

 

Four levels of offices

 

“The building has a surface area of 3,400 m2 divided on four levels of offices and four cells for commercial ground-to-square, open from January 2015, the regional Directorate of Macif Centre Europe, as well as a host of Macif”, explains the 16 June 2017 Guillaume Delemazure, founder of DeA, previously a partner of the swiss agency Herzog & de Meuron.
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According to the architect in alsace, the “Chrome” part of the image of Mulhouse for the user of the SNCF, since it marks the entrance to the city. “This is why we have chosen to play on the character and kinetics of the status of the project compose a front-shifting, with its roots in the history of Mulhouse”,he adds.

 

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