The B3 was inaugurated at the Bavière site. The 15,000 m3, 5-storey building is a highly modernised version of the Chiroux.
The bureau greisch was in charge of studying the stability of the “double skin”, a facade supported by an overhang varying from 1 to 3 metres on the upper floors. The “vertical” surface area of this facade is approximately 3100 m².
The double skin covering consists of a mix of zinc and glass panels.
Certain areas of this structure also support terraces accessible to the public between the facade of the building and the double skin.
Find out more in the RTC news report