Hall de décuvage Pleyel

Saint-Denis, France

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Winning project : ODYSSEE PLEYEL
Team representative: EDF SA

Environmental expert(s): SETEC BÂTIMENT

Reflecting the historical industrial heritage of Saint-Denis, the Odyssee Pleyel project showcases thought-leadership in the global clean energy transition in a quest to become a carbon-neutral development. The Odyssee Pleyel bears witness to the human, technological and cultural achievements of this area.

The Energy Plug building is an excellent example of reinventing a former industrial site into a reflexive building of the future. Through the innovative modular design, incorporating wood construction principles, the building will generate its own renewable energy becoming entirely self-sufficient and thus carbon-neutral.

The vertical productive glasshouse combines a solar canopy with innovative technologies representing a new living concept, equipped to meet the needs of the world’s major cities. Science workshops for young people will aim to stimulate interest in new careers in green industries and the environment. In the innovation studio, start-ups, industrial partners and NGOs will test and share their solutions for clean energy, climate change and sustainable urban development. The great hall hosts eco-friendly sport- and cultural events together with ambitious art programs. A socially-inclusive restaurant will provide a welcoming environment for people to meet.

Key Components & Solutions

• The Odyssey Pleyel project proposes a zero-carbon retrofit of an industrial building in order to demonstrate low-carbon innovation.

• The project has a very high energy efficiency performance using hybrid photovoltaic and thermal solar cells allowing for rain water recuperation. Zinc-air batteries will be used for energy storage.

• The new-build share of the construction will be entirely of wood and therefore store carbon from within. Excavated soil from the Grand Paris transport project will be reused and integrated within the construction process.

• A key focus of this project is to stimulate ecological innovation by hosting scientific workshops, providing a space for clean energy start-ups, facilitating educational programs for local schools and the organization of a "You are energy" annual festival.

Presentation of the site

This 24 m high building of 1,400 sqm is by size and design a monumental witness of the industrial past of Saint-Denis. The site, located in the Quartier Pleyel, is directly adjacent to the Olympic site of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games and it hosts major metropolitan projects such as a future new metro station of the Grand Paris Express.

Inanimate witness of the industrial past of Saint-Denis through its size and its design, the Hall de décuvage Pleyel covers approximately 1,400m² in size and is 24m tall, which is equivalent to  a seven-storey building. In the past it was used to remove electricity transformer windings. Today this industrial cathedral is located at the intersection of various major metropolitan projects. 

The Pleyel district is very diverse: characterized by a high economic density the neighbourhood was the object of recent redevelopment very close to the hall. The urban project of this area stands out from other business districts by its strong social diversity. Furthermore, in 2023 this district will host one of the 72 stations for the Grand Paris Express (GPE) with more than 250,000 travellers expected per day. 

Located on the edge of the perimeter of the site for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris in 2024 (Olympic and Paralympic village), the refurbishment of the Hall de décuvage Pleyel now seems to be a necessity. The bidders must propose  highly innovative programs, and must put emphasis on the height and monumentality of this building, designed without any load-bearing structure. 


Programme attendu
Programmation innovante, notamment dans sa capacité à mettre en valeur la hauteur (24m) d’un bâtiment sans structure porteuse interne, la monumentalité du hall et la complémentarité des 3 bâtiments.
Phasage possible lié à l’attribution des Jeux Olympiques : programmation à court terme (avant 2023) et à long terme (après 2024).

Réseau de transport d’Electricité (RTE)

Périmètre de cession
Parcelle BQ0029p d’une superficie de 1400 m² environ: trois bâtiments contigus, dont le hall. Cette parcelle fera l’objet d’une division pour distinguer le foncier directement visé par l’appel à projets (les bâtiments eux- mêmes) et le foncier attenant (installations électriques ENEDIS démolies horizon 2020). La hauteur du bâtiment « hall » s’élève à 24 m soit l’équivalent de la hauteur d’un bâtiment de type  R+7. Le second s’élève sur deux niveaux et le troisième se développe sur un seul niveau.
Parcelle BQ0020 comprenant le pavillon du contremaître, et dont la superficie s’élève à 293 m².

Modalités de cession
L’acquisition de la parcelle n’est pas un préalable à la participation à l’appel à projets. Favorable à une cession de ce bien, RTE sera impliqué à chaque stade du processus de l’appel à projets, partie prenante dans la rédaction du cahier des charges qui sera communiqué aux candidats et présent lors des phases de négociation. En tant que propriétaire du site, RTE fera partie du jury final qui choisira le lauréat.
21 rue Ampère
Saint-Denis France


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