Fontaine de Vaucluse Provence
The project is an extension of the current building (former spinning mill) and the renovation of it.
The Departmental Outdoor and Leisure Center (CDPAL) of Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, located at the southwest entrance to the town, is part of a narrow strip of land between an arm of River La Sorgue to the north and the D24 and the wooded hills to the south.
The project will reveal the site by developing the views towards the River Sorgue, by revegetating the surroundings and the parking lot, by building an extension that blends into the landscape with delicacy and humility (wood cladding and joinery, green roof, etc.)
The objective of the project is to rehabilitate the existing one more in line with current standards (disabled people, kitchen, thermal, comfort) and to improve the functioning of the center by creating an extension.
Department of Vaucluse
DE-SO principle avec GAUJARD TECHNOLOGIES, IGBAT, ELLIPSE, PLUS DE VERT, INGECOR
3,1 Millions Euros
Development of the park:
– Maintain its uniformity and integrity
– Allow a view for all thanks to the East-West pedestrian axis created
– Open more widely the common spaces on the park (terrace dining room, views of the meeting rooms, etc …)
Reveal the presence of the Sorgue river:
– Create transparency between the DR and the river arm
– Preserve the existing natural banks as well as the water access points
– Highlight the majestic trees of the park and the entrance, free up the views by prioritizing the plantings and introducing a low scale of plantations (ground covers, flowering bushes, etc.)
– Position it in the part of the site furthest down the road,
– Permeable and colored floor coverings in harmony with the environment,
– Plantations to treat its limits and create shade.
The integration of environmental concerns is prioritized by applying the avoid> reduce> compensate triptych. It is also about prioritizing action at the source and using the best available and economically acceptable technologies.