BESPOKE PLANTERS FOR NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
The national assembly’s courtyard of honor faced waterproofness problems. A large-scale project began in December 2016 and ended in January 2018. The works, for 6.6 million euros, included the renovation of the forecourt of the Court of Honor, the replacement of the steps (which sank due to infiltrations) and the renovation of two rooms. This project had to keep the historical perspective of the place as well as improve PRM accessibility conditions.
In order to bring greenery touches within the Bourbon Palace, Atech collaborated with the architect team in charge of the landscaping, to manufacture planters with integrated benches in brushed stainless steel and hard limestone sides (this limestone has the appearance of marble stone very often used in architectural decoration).
BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL, HARD LIMESTONE SIDES
PARIS (75), COURTYARD OF HONOUR OF PALAIS BOURBON