This 5 stories car park is located just outside of the Arlequin gallery, in the Villeneuve neighborhood in Grenoble. It is the first new equipment for the urban renewal of the area.
Our project aims to build a bright building, light, whose function is legible from the public space.
The car park activity, the movement of vehicles and people, are visible from the street and participate in the liveliness of the district.
The project, due to the simplicity of his plan is open and flexible. Part of the ground floor is occupied by activities.
The central double helix ramp (type Chambord) is plastically expressive. It can serve each level without having to go through the previous stage and without crossing traffic flows.
Traffic in the ramp being independent, programmatic mutation parking trays is possible. By partitioning the central volume, activities or offices could be built on some levels while maintaining the rest of the parking operation.
Architect : GaP Architectes (H. Grudzinski Architecte)
Design Team: Hugues Grudzinski architect and Baptiste Robin assistant.
Location : Grenoble, Isère, France
Contractor : Ville de Grenoble
Partners : C&E Ingénierie, Bureau Michel Forgue, ETB, Plannitec BTP
Photo credits : Gap/Robin
Surfaces: 9 450 m2
Parking spaces: 469
Bikes spaces: 60
Structure: Concrete. Post-tensioned parking slabs
Perforated anodized corrugated aluminum panels: Rigisystems
Stainless steel webnets: Carl Stahl