An eye-catching new arched pavilion has landed in the suburbs of Paris. The Evergreen Campus designed by Arte Charpentier Architectes revolves around a central park, what the design team calls the campus' "green lung". Its vaulted arch roof is made from high-tech curved metal with nine bending radiuses that result in a powerful structure anyone who sees it is unlikely to forget.
Various corporate offices, including the Crédit Agricole headquarters, are sheltered within this modern pavilion in the Parisian suburb of Montrouge. Surrounded by greenery, the pavilion spans 6,500 square feet over two levels and serves as a landmark that guides visitors into the campus. Its complex structure consists of a pair of vaulted arches, one sheltering a naturally-lit glazed pavilion, and an indoor-outdoor porch for exhibitions and other events.
Nine bending radiuses complete the curvy metallic exterior’s complex design, while the interiors light up with colorful, patterned low-energy LEDs when the sun goes down. The pavilion’s bold and functional design represents Crédit Agricole’s values of innovation and efficiency, and for everyone else, it’s serious eye-candy.