Auxerre, France | 2011 | Lodging
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A residential program of 196 housing 

  • Client: CRENN
  • Prime Contractor: AREP / J.M. Duthilleul, E. Tricaud in association with B. Ferré, architects
  • Surface of the ground: 32 000 m²
  • SHON of the project: 12 000 m²
  • Delivery: June 2011

Awards and prizes

  • 2011 - Prix National
Built in 1840, the former hospital of Auxerre has an orderly layout of alternating pavilions and garden courtyards.
Its rehabilitation as a quality residential development offers an alternative to the standard urban housing options (city-centre apartments or detached houses) and reduces urban sprawl. The project also contributes to developing the north entrance to Auxerre, from the vineyards to the Old Town.