This case is the pavilion reconstruction studies 6 and editing a master plan projecting the evolution of the site of the Happy Living located in Courcelles. These studies cover not only studied architecture, but also the stability studies, special techniques.
The future pavilion 6 include two accommodation units (30 beds and common services MRS) and a day-care center.
The master plan must take into account the existence of the pavilion 5 (administrative center and MR MRS open end of June 2013), the future new pavilion 6 connected to the pavilion 5, two living units (apartments 2X21). A review of approaches will be integrated into the reflection.
The building will be razed 6 existing after the new pavilion. The work of deconstruction of existing pavilion 6 are part of this case.
Attached the Preparatory Documents for the town planning scheme of the site.
Services d'architecture, services de construction, services d'ingénierie et services d'inspection
It may be an open space already created as far as its design allows it and if it can easily find its primary function.
2) semi-open spaces:
The philosophy of these spaces is that they should be accessible only to "users" identified, however some of these areas will be visible to all visitors so they can realize the type of activity we are organizing and the general atmosphere of the Centre.
This will be mainly practical workshops but also to exchange spots and discussions, dining and lounge areas, meeting rooms.
3) The closed areas:
These spaces will be reserved exclusively to the Centre and supervised activities; such as training rooms, administrative space (offices), an archiving space, meeting rooms, an auditorium.
4) The surroundings:
This includes the access to the building.