Total reversibilty in Starlette

Dominique Coulon & Associés (France), HHF (Switzerland) and Estudio Tatiana Bilbao (Mexico), along the developpers Kaufman & Broad and Stradim, won the design competition for Starlette, the first important cornerstone of the urban development Strasbourg Deux-Rives along the Rhine and the harbour. The projects proposes 20,000 sqm of offices and more than 200 housing units totally reversible, thus pushing the issues of program diversity and flexiblity to the maximum. No building is mono-functional and all can mutate from one function to another. In charge of the editorial direction of this project, AHA also produced a film that won over the jury by staging the architects at the heart of Starlette. A star is born.