Designed by a group of 8 architects – BLP, Tank, Maud Caubet, Jean-Pierre Buffi, Landscale, Nadau and Flint – NOEME embodies a mix of uses with blocks of different types of housing: “family” housing, social housing, coliving residences, and service residences for seniors. Thus, young workers, senior citizens and families find themselves at the heart of a living space conducive to exchange and sharing.
NOEME – Bordeaux, France
Under development, delivery in Q2 2024
A new destination on the banks of Bordeaux Lac: NOEME. A 45,000 m² mixed and multigenerational housing programme with strong ambitions in terms of sustainable development, biodiversity, urban agriculture and eco-mobility. A place that creates social links and makes people want to get together
The emergence of an intergenerational neighbourhood
Sustainable development as a common thread
NOEME makes room for nature, echoing the landscape of the lake: its inhabitants will benefit from more than 33,000 m² of green and vegetated spaces, thus promoting biodiversity, urban agriculture and short circuits. Sustainable development is not forgotten, with the recycling and recovery of green waste and the reduction of the carbon footprint. Finally, multimodality and ecomobility will be prioritised with the promotion of car-sharing, cycling and the provision of electric terminals for vehicles.