The project rethinks the emblematic public spaces around Notre-Dame as an assemblage of climatic atmospheres. The parvis becomes a clearing surrounded by trees, the square behind the Cathedral is enlarged towards the tip of the island, and a large new park is created along the Seine. Compressed and imbricated around the Cathedral, these spaces frame new views on Notre-Dame, create a new relationship with the Seine and offer new activities. The Ile de la Cité becomes the epicentre of Paris once again.
In collaboration with GRAU, Neufville-Gayet Architectes, INGEROP, Franck Boutté Consultants, Les Eclaireurs BLD Waterdesign, Cronos Conseil