Bart is the project management structure of Patriarche and is conceived as a real estate project promotion and development mechanism that seeks to position architectural and programmatic added value at the service of the user. Continuous innovation, mixed use and urban development are integrated into the design and construction of its projects.
Bart x Patriarche
Bart is a subsidiary 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... With the agency's other subsidiaries, Walter (workspace management), Patriarche UX (digital services) and Myah (layout and furnishings), Bart is able to build an innovative offering in all real estate markets: offices, retail, industry, housing, managed residences: offices, shops, industries, housing, managed residences... And beyond architectural and technical design, Bart ensures the management of real estate risks and the overall "ability of projects.
Innovative project design
Bart takes an innovative approach to setting up real estate programmes, favouring co-development, transparency and a rapid decision-making system. We are convinced that we must shake up the game of existing players and experiment with new economic models to serve projects and the quality of their uses. Bart also carries out project management activities through global contracts such as the Vefa (sale in future state of completion) or CPI (real estate development contract).
Favouring the comfort and well-being of future users requires a thorough understanding of their needs (appropriate services) and habits (spaces, time scales, interweaving of work and private life, etc.). We are constantly looking at the emergence of new ways of working (flex office, industry 4.0, etc.), living, travelling (smart city), healthcare, etc. The aim? To keep this constant concern to (re)position each architectural project in the ever-changing socio-economic context of work spaces and rhythms; armed with these intuitions and reflections, it is a matter of experimenting with new constructive systems and capitalising on knowledge. The interaction between the search for mixed programming, the monitoring of good digital practices and the desire to do things are the stimuli for our daily reflections and the drivers of our innovation.
The social link and the protection of the environment have become determining criteria for designing cities where people feel good. These are not injunctions or simple normative obligations but rather, in our view, great opportunities for designers to explore new technical and aesthetic avenues and to rethink the relationship of the built environment with the city.
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, lecture theatres, car parks and meeting rooms, etc. Sharing and efficiency are also responses to the challenges of the sustainable city. Similarly, energy performance is no longer based solely on the building but on its operation, supported by the digital revolution in the building sector. The buildings of tomorrow will be greener, will hunt for waste, will produce, use and even share its energy.