5,000 sq m of offices spread over 7 levels
In 1971, a tower designed by architect Bernard Zehrfuss was erected in the centre of the site. It has become a real landmark in the Pleyel district and its history.
The building's original architecture, thanks to its innovative-for-the-time principle of suspended floors, allows surfaces to be organised without posts or partitions around the central core.
While retaining all of its original design qualities, the building was completely renovated in 2012 by the agency Bléas and Leroy Architectes.
The renovation has been labeled BBC-effinergie® and HQE® certified.