A response to the challenges of the city of tomorrow

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Programme type Offices, Shops
Location Chambéry, Quartier La Cassine
Savoie (73), France
Delivery date 2022
Built area 9 900 m2

A multi-purpose office and shared services centre

Linklab is a daring gamble in Chambéry. Indeed this mixed-use building, housing the shops and offices of tomorrow - for companies wishing to explore new ways of organising work and more flexible property offers - is a pioneering project in La Cassine. This district, although strategically located near the train station and the city centre, is still dotted with industrial wasteland and road infrastructure.

Market and urban planning study for the requalification of the entire Cassine sector
Early 2017
Realisation of the Master Plan
August 2017
Beginning of studies, first drawings
October 2018
Permis submitted
April 2020
Start of construction
August 2022
Delivery date
01 / 06

The LinkLab building acts as a first step in a densification and intermingling of programmes to encourage new uses while minimising the ecological footprint. It aims to be the symbol of a wider urban requalification/diversification operation, with an architecture adapted to users whose movements, time scales and habits change with technological progress.

All curves, open to its neighbourhood, scalable and modular

Linklab offers tenants the opportunity to experience the true flex office. It may have to stand on its own for a few years before buildings in the same vein emerge in their turn. In this bioclimatic building (solar power, electric vehicle recharging, digital room management system and collective infrastructure), well- being and conviviality are also sought after (connected terraces, panoramic top floor, dedicated sports changing room for residents, etc.).

Video interviews: the Linklab project in a nutshell

Damien Patriarche – CEO, Patriarche. Office of Architecture

Baptiste Gey – Architect, Patriarche. Office of Architecture

Cédric Genin – Head of the real estate department, Groupama Auvergne Rhône-Alpes – Investistor project Linklab