- Building Type : Office building < 28m
- Construction Year : 2014
- Delivery year : 2014
- Address 1 - street : 59000 LILLE, France
- Climate zone : [Cfb] Marine Mild Winter, warm summer, no dry season.
- Net Floor Area : 2 587 m2
- Construction/refurbishment cost : 2 600 000 €
- Cost/m2 : 1005.03 €/m2
Primary energy need :
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URBAWOOD is an innovative project of commercial building 100% wood, "oriented" sustainable development, born from the combination of 3 companies: Gerim, Nacarat Wood Construction and Design.
This concept was realized for the first time on THE urbawood located in Lille. In short:
- Surfaces: 2500 sq.m. / 2,250 m² Useful Surface (5 levels)
- Capacity: 299 people
- Level Energy Performance BBC (Low Consumption Building)
- Location: Quai Hegel - ZAC Euratechnologies - Lomme (59)
See more details about this projecthttp://www.urbawood.fr/
OthersDiagobat Bertrand André
CompanyCreation bois construction
OthersGerim Rodrigue Lescaillet
OthersEffigenie Camille Thiriez
Designercabinet d'architectes Agence A
Owner approach of sustainability
Nacarat develops a committed sustainable development approach, based on an exeplary and certified ecodesign tool.
Here, URBAWOOD is a turn key solution made out out of wood to the creation of tertiary spaces. This efficient concept of modular building makes possible the construction of RT2012 office buildings within weeks. The surfaces keep all the promises made in terms of construction reliability, deadlines ...
The first 4 level building (representing 2,600 m²) was built in less than 6 weeks!
Developed by Nacarat and designed with the architecture firm Agence A, this new 2,600m² large building was built with an industrial 100% wood process (European and PEFC certified), for the production of the two facades, floors, the partitions and the elevator shaft. From the foundations on March 12, 2012 to the end of the envelope on June 10th, it took only three months for regional construction companies Gérim and Création Bois to achive the construction.
The well-being of future occupants is also one of the ambitions of the project, because beyond the warmth and natural look provided by wood, they will benefit from a high level of thermal and visual comfort, enhanced by integration of sunscreens on exposed facades.
If you had to do it again?
Other Urbawood concept projects are currently in design in 2015. Other 100% wood projects or with wood facade / concrete core are under construction, while others have already been delivered.
Building users opinion
"The Urbawood building was built in record time, with an innovative process. We have installed on the first three levels, our ADICODE® spaces (innovation and co-design workshops). Installing innovative spaces in an innovative building, what a coincidence and a symbol for us to use in promotion!"
The completion of construction was done in excellent collaboration - and in a very united way - with teams from Nacarat, who were able to meet our deadlines and our ... "quirks"!
It is a building where it feels good to be, wooden construction gives a real cozy dimension. Several months after we moved in, the scent of the wood still exhales into the stairwell, it reminds itself to us with each pass, it's a nice touch for the "inhabitants" of the "house." "
Céline Dubois-Duplan, Marketing Manager / Corporate Relations Group HEI ISA ISEN, pilot ADICODE®
- Condensing gas boiler
- Water radiator
- No domestic hot water system
- No cooling system
- Nocturnal Over ventilation
- Double flow heat exchanger
- No renewable energy systems
Life Cycle Analysis
Indoor Air quality
Health & Comfort
Located in Euratechnologies, a many times national award-winner eco-district, Urbawood® is part of an innovative, mixed urban project designed by Soreli. This new district of Lille -where Nacarat is also developing three other Programmes - will eventually include 1,600 residents and 3,000 jobs in the ICT sector.
Land plot area
1 200,00 m2
No specific car park; Shared parking in common silo parking area
Thirrd Industrial Revolution:
- Energy efficiency
- Circular economy
- Smart Grids