VALMY III, Montreuil

The most striking aspect of this predominantly glass building is its acute-angled corner design, which is given particular emphasis by the use of large format brick red, profiled panels. The balcony niches that this building features are inevitably also three-sided as a result. The corner extends outwards over the ground and “hovers” like a gigantic spearhead above the pavement. Apart from this, the ceramic elements are used to create an upper edge, which gives this façade line a particularly architectural emphasis. In terms of color, the commercial building matches the adjoining bank building. A regular and extremely symmetric subdivision of the exterior surfaces is achieved by the use of horizontal steel bands, whose height is determined by the window parapets.

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