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The 10 | Saint-Hadelin is resolutely in line with the future and responds perfectly to the current desire to have a home with low energy consumption. The techniques used here also minimise the ecological impact of the buildings: low-energy floor heating and reinforced insulation throughout the building.
The ventilation system is a double flow system with filtered fresh air supply and exhaust air extraction. The architect has provided high efficiency glazing and windows with solar protection. Reducing energy consumption and preserving the environment is our challenge for the future, and that of others.
The quality of the materials used in the construction also reflects this desire for sustainability. The natural blue stone embodies stability over time and highlights local know-how.
Inside and outside, every detail embodies the concern for exclusivity. The minimalist glass balustrade is fully recessed, the black metal cladding in aluminium is precision-machined, natural materials are integrated into the common areas, the doors reach the ceiling, etc.
In a resolutely modern style, 10 | Saint-Hadelin attracts the eye with its angular variations and protruding edges.
At the gateway to the city centre, the three corners of the crossroads are marked by emblematic Mosan buildings. Downstream from Avenue Général Bertrand, the residence adopts this role of buttress while creating a landmark specific to its era.
On this plot of land with its singular shapes, we wanted to respect the alignment of the facades and to keep a maximum number of parking spaces, while adding landscaping in front of the building. Through a play of inversion between natural stone and black perforated aluminium, generous terraces nestle between the intertwining right angles.
Thanks to the natural gradient, we were able to add a basement parking level and distribute the flats through a central access on the ground floor, which considerably reduces the clutter of the common areas on the floors.
The high standard of finishing is carried out and controlled by the interior architects of the Luc Spits office. This means that each interior can be described as unique. Free from industrial modules, the interior architects of Luc Spits are inspired by avant-garde design and the skills of the best craftsmen. They draw on nature and the art of living from all over the world in order to test the assembly of unsuspected and innovative variations.
With a concern for ethics, we select noble and resistant materials, while taking care to integrate them in a sustainable and minimalist way.