At the center of the site, Lot 3.2 provides the link between the two structures situated to the east and west of Lot 3.
In coherence and continuity with adjacent lots, the base plays the role of foundation and maintains a strong relationship with the street and its users. Detached from the base, the higher volumes are sculpted according to orientations, views and patio-courtyards created within the ensemble.
Particular attention was paid to the housing units, most of which benefit from front and back exposure. The duplex layout not only enhances quality of life but provides architectural diversity to the facade.
Designed according to a strict pattern, openings are redistributed vertically, alternating glass and solid parts, which seems to break up the grid. In stark contrast with the brick, the aluminum of the openings reflects light and offers a lively and changeable reading of the building. The other fundamental and structuring choice of the project is to provide the units with outdoor spaces, terraces or winter gardens, an extension of the unit. These generous and genuine living spaces augment the surface area of private space: Extensions of the private space that oscillate between inside and outside, they represent the quest for harmony between the urban world and the private world.