CERIB Batiment EnerGé: Ductal® lattices

Architect François Sémichon designed the Centre d'études et de recherche de l'industrie du béton (CERIB) [concrete industry study and research centre] positive-energy building, dubbed "EnerGé." On its south façade, for light filtration, the building has lattices made of Ductal® organic fibres covered with grey anthracite surface coating under solar panels. 1.20 m x 3.8 m in size and 7.5 cm thick, these eight perforated panels contrast with the white concrete of the building.

 

Characteristics of the project

  1. 36 m² perforated panels
  2. 1.2 m x 3.8 m and 7.5 cm thick
  3. Area covered: 330 m²
 

Key points

  1. Location: Epernon, France
  2. Architect: François Sémichon
  3. Client: CERIB
 

If you would like to receive the datasheet of the pool renovation, please send an e-mail to ductal@lafarge.com.

Credits: Anouck Thebault