Constantly looking for new scholar places, the City of Pully seized the opportunity of an empty commercial space in the city center, in the pedestrian zone, to think about a new spot for kids. Aimed primarily at students in the municipality's 8P classes, this new location should offer a new kind of dining hall, less formal and more welcoming.
The space is also designed to be used outside the refectory's hours as a multi-purpose room for the commune's companies and associations.
The result is a plan open to the street on the first groundfloor, with all the services concentrated at the back of the room and integrated into a face that a curtain can hide to neutralize the space. The basement hosts two additional activity rooms and a fully equipped professional kitchen to offer the greatest flexibility of use to this new pulliéran place.