The project “Triango”, the design for a sustainable business park near Paris, France, has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the World Architecture Festival (WAF) awards 2018 in the category Masterplanning - future project.
Triango is the winning proposal for a new type of office area, one that is lively and diverse, functional, but at the same time, ambitious and experimental—where sustainability is promoted in every sense of the word. Not only is Triango an anchor in the development of the Triangle de Gonesse, it also serves as a reference for the type of office area we aim to create. Through the combination of nature, sport and work, Triango generates a new range of possibilities, creating space for the known, new and unexpected.
Triango is our vision for a new way of working: an office area that is not defined by iconic buildings but rather by high-quality public space. The interaction between buildings and environment offers new possibilities for work, sport, recreation, and of course, nature. Just as natural elements are defined by their links with different molecules, the park is strengthened by its public space and inter-building connections. Rather than fighting iconic architecture, Triango seeks synergy. Triango — a subtle icon.
The WAF awards are yearly awarded during the World Architecture Festival, which this year will take place from the 28th till the 30th November in the Amsterdam RAI.
For more info visit: https://www.worldarchitecturefestival.com/2018-shortlist