On the Docks of Saint-Ouen, the former Alstom factory has been transformed into a gourmet and cultural center. The cleansed and refurbished nave has become a temple of socially responsible gastronomy and the focal point of a district that is reinventing the cultural center in the post-COVID age. The hall is open and brings together shops, cultural activities, workshops and co-working spaces, and also fresh produce markets, a cooking school, numerous restaurants and an incubator dedicated to food tech pioneers. The furniture is entirely designed on site and uses wood from construction waste and crates used to transport art works. The lightweight, recyclable and mobile interior layout serves the flexibility of a space entirely dedicated to local development and the invention of the central focuses of the districts of the future.
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