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Soprema Headquarters

Port du Rhin, Strasbourg, France

Semaphore is based on the Port du Rhin in Strasbourg, the new headquarters designed for the company SOPREMA. Like a wooded rice field, this eco-futuristic building is inspired by biomimicry and is focused on smart building.

The Semaphore aims to be an exhaustive showcase of the whole range of products developed in terms of insulation, waterproofing and, greening by the French multinational company.

Ancient Greek and composed of σῆμα, sêma ("signal") and φορός, phorós ("bearer"), the project is a poetic landmark, a carrier of signal, values, those of society: Entrepreneurship; Human relations; Dynamism; Agility; Reference; Innovation.

Semaphore wants to become a world reference in terms of a contemporary framework merging a very high environmental quality with a very high quality of use.

It expresses the dynamism of the company to better attract new international talents.

The project is an ecological prototype of the green city of the future. A city that wants to be progressively post-carbon, post-petroleum, post-nuclear, and even post-insecticide. In short, a resilient city weaving a balanced symbiosis between the action of human beings on their environment fighting against the waterproofing of soil.

To build this ecological city of tomorrow, the SOPREMA group has set itself a new challenge: reduce by 65% the dependence of waterproofing products on petroleum derivatives by turning to a circular economy and biosourced materials.

To win this challenge, Semaphore is a true mini-climate-hero, green and smart, sustainable and zen, reflecting the will of the company's associates, office workers, and workers, to build a better future for future generations.

Semaphore is based on the Port du Rhin in Strasbourg, the new headquarters designed for the company SOPREMA. Like a wooded rice field, this eco-futuristic building is inspired by biomimicry and is focused on smart building.

The Semaphore aims to be an exhaustive showcase of the whole range of products developed in terms of insulation, waterproofing and, greening by the French multinational company.

Ancient Greek and composed of σῆμα, sêma ("signal") and φορός, phorós ("bearer"), the project is a poetic landmark, a carrier of signal, values, those of society: Entrepreneurship; Human relations; Dynamism; Agility; Reference; Innovation.

Semaphore wants to become a world reference in terms of a contemporary framework merging a very high environmental quality with a very high quality of use.

It expresses the dynamism of the company to better attract new international talents.

The project is an ecological prototype of the green city of the future. A city that wants to be progressively post-carbon, post-petroleum, post-nuclear, and even post-insecticide. In short, a resilient city weaving a balanced symbiosis between the action of human beings on their environment fighting against the waterproofing of soil.

To build this ecological city of tomorrow, the SOPREMA group has set itself a new challenge: reduce by 65% the dependence of waterproofing products on petroleum derivatives by turning to a circular economy and biosourced materials.

To win this challenge, Semaphore is a true mini-climate-hero, green and smart, sustainable and zen, reflecting the will of the company's associates, office workers, and workers, to build a better future for future generations.

  • FIRM

    Vincent Cellebaut Architectures

  • Type

    Offices

  • Area Size

    8225 Sqm

  • Design Style

    Contemporary, Futuristic

  • Architect / Designer

    Jiao Yang, Benoit Patterlini, Agnès Martin, Vincent Callebaut

  • Location

    Overseas

  • Status

    Completed

  • Year

    2018

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