Rue Ordener – Refurbishment of an office building




DeA Capital Real Estate France + Theop (Maître d'ouvrage délégué


Ateliers 2/3/4/ (architecte et paysagiste)
+ Ateliers MOeX (maître d'œuvre d'exécution)
+ BET : Cap Structures (structure) + Solab (fluides et acoustique) + Arcora (façades) + Movveo (Asc)
+ Tao & Co (Economiste) + GreenAffair (AMO Développement durable) + CSD & Associés (Conseil en sécurité incendie) + BureauPerform (Bureau de contrôle)

Nature of the project

Restructuring, Landscape design


Réhabilitation de l’immeuble situé au n°26 et 26bis rue Ordener – 75018 – Paris et de son espace extérieur en complexe de bureaux

Selection method



Under construction


Surface terrain : 1 417 m²
Surface bâtiment exi : 3055 m² SDP / Projet : 3071 m² SDP
Surface jardin : 660 m²


2021 - 2024


5.5 M€ HT


HQE BD (Bâtiment durable) :: Très performant
Label WiredScore Silver
Label BBC Rénovation Performant


© Studio Alma (perspectives)
© Salem Mostefaoui (chantier)
© Ateliers 2/3/4/ (existant et chantier)

This refurbishment project of a former SNCF commissary in the 18th arrondissement of Paris focuses on the renovation of the entire building and its outdoor area into an office complex.

This new development is part of an overall low-carbon approach which involves:

  • Doing as much as possible with what already exists, from the structure of the building to its exterior envelope, in order to preserve the industrial heritage of the site. This is also expressed through a reinterpretation of the original elements, as in the design of the new metalwork;
  • Limiting the addition of materials, in particular by cleaning the envelope to restore the brickwork, base and stone framing to their former glory;
    – Reusing materials, both in the structural elements and in some of the interior fittings, particularly the granite basins and period light fittings.

In lign with the architectural project, the landscaping project organises the building and its territorial roots to serve the occupants. It extends from the garden level to the planted terraces on the ground floor (R+1) and ground floor (R+3).

The outdoor spaces are designed to be closely linked to the building’s functions. They offer an open-air extension of work functions or complementary rest and relaxation functions for all occupants, with easy access for people with reduced mobility.
Below the street, the existing outdoor slabs are preserved and become the support for new trees planted in pits dug for this purpose.

This project, which has been developed within Paris, demonstrates that we frugal design, you can make the most of what is already there.