The Georges-Freche School of Hotel Management in Montpellier, France is as much a sculpture as it is a functional mixed-use facility. Comprised of two main buildings connected by foot bridges and wrapped in a recyclable anodized aluminum skin, the project was officially inaugurated this month. It was designed by Studio Fuksas and it completely transforms the ZAC Port Marianne area in the western part of the city.
Studio Fuksas inaugurated this beautiful Georges-Freche School of Hotel Management this month
The project consists of two buildings joined by footbridges
The buildings have an anodized aluminum skin
This recyclable facade provides dazzling light and shadow play
The first building has an array of rooftop photovoltaic panels
Management offices are also topped with a PV array!