LORRAINE MUSEUM

Nancy, FRANCE

 

In the protected area of Nancy, development of a master restructuring scheme for the Lorraine museum on a 26 100 sqm parcel including the ducal palace, the church, the Franciscan monastery and the Government Palace. Redeployment of the museum collections into the historic buildings, construction of a new building including a centralized reception, a temporary exhibitions hall, an auditorium, educational workshops, a restaurant and a shop.

Client : City of Nancy
Competition : 2013
Construction cost : 29,3 M€ excl. taxes
Surface : 4 000 sqm GFA (new) + 3 500 sqmGFA (renovated) + 18 000 sqm (exteriors)
Sustainability : HQE profile
Architects : Jean-Marc Ibos Myrto Vitart
Team : Stéphane Pereira Ramos with Amandine Mineo, Eloka Som, Julie Lickenbrock.
Museography : Projectiles
Historic buildings : Thierry Algrin
Structural engineers : VP & Green Engineering
Mechanicals / Electrical / Environmental engineers : Inex Engineering
Quantity surveyor  : Mazet & Associés
Images : Luxigon / Artefactory
Movies : Artefactory