The shape of these buildings is determined by its surroundings which is a residential area in the suburb of Orgères.
The project aligns itself with the surrounding buildings (ground floor or one storey high). To create a distance between this project and the existing homes nearby, the access road to the parking was created in the West limit.
The concept here was to promote the idea of a "village" rather than some "classic pavilions." The program (24 housings) is developed across a triangular plot designed as a single volume. This volume is then fractured and extruded to generate a kind of "vernacular village": a combination of dense housing constructed around alleys and squares.
To show the general structure of the project, all the peripheral walls are made of black bricks. To create a contrast , the interior walls are painted in white.
The dwellings on the ground floor are designed to welcome young disabled and independent workers.