Gallery: MVRDV Unveils ‘Pushed Slab’ Green Office Building for Paris


MVRDV just unveiled a striking new eco office building for Paris, and we’re excited to see that it will be powered by solar panels and incorporate proven green building strategies. The Pushed Slab building, designed in cooperation with local Paris architect North by North West, was conceived as a slab with the middle layers spread open to create an urban window and increase daylighting and ventilation. The energy efficient office building is the first to be designed for the ZAC Gare de Rungis development – the first “ECO-Quarter” in Paris.

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