Bart is an innovative tool for real estate projects
Its vocation? To explore new types of set-ups, to produce unexpected models, to disrupt the game of real estate stakeholders in order to achieve projects adapted to the new uses observed, to the needs of companies, residents and local stakeholders. How can we achieve this? By drawing on the many skills of the Patriarche group.
A team of enthusiasts
Bart relies on a team of collaborators committed on several fronts: projects at various scales and on all types of programmes systematically at the service of its users. Beyond this constant quest to respond to usage, Bart is part of the Patriarche group and as such is able to seek architectural quality and the highest respect for the environment in each project.
An innovative approach
In order to simultaneously break new ground and ensure the success of projects, the teams take advantage of the Patriarche group's multidisciplinary approach and proven collaborative practices. Developers, architects, engineers, economists, urban planners... cross their thoughts in creative workshops to propose ever more adapted augmented architecture solutions.
Innovation in design
Bart seeks to understand but also anticipate the needs of its clients by trying to respond to the new ways of working (NWoW), moving around and living. This means innovating with the Patriarche teams to organise the scalability of spaces, in order to adapt to constant changes in use.
Bart x Patriarche
Bart is a subsidiary company of Patriarche, a group that brings together all the professions involved in augmented architecture: architecture, engineering, structure, energy optimisation, external works, landscape, project economics, construction management, environmental design, interior architecture and space planning, communication and graphic design, signage, etc.
Innovative project design
Bart takes an innovative approach to setting up real estate programmes by favouring co- development, transparency and a system of rapid decision-making amongst project stakeholders.
Favouring the comfort and well-being of future users requires a thorough knowledge of their needs (appropriate services) and habits (spaces, time scales, and the interweaving of work and private life, etc.).
Social cohesion and environmental protection have become decisive criteria for designing cities where people feel good.
Towards the digitisation of real estate
The new needs of users in the real estate sector are leading to both physical and digital responses. For example, applications are being developed to reduce vacancies and optimise the use of offices, auditoriums, car parks, meeting rooms, etc.