Today, the Great Parisians are thirsty for new habits. So Pop offers to live new experiences and to satisfy this need for emotion and kindness. An inspiring landmark, So Pop is the new figurehead of an evolving and collaborative movement. A movement that is more human, richer and more surprising.
So Pop Saint Ouen, France
Under development, delivery H1 2021
"Born of the new generation's desire for sharing, change and novelty, So Pop, a natural link between Paris and Saint-Ouen, leads its occupants though busy work and living spaces and breaks away from the image of a traditional office building. Over nearly 32,000 m², So Pop encourages positive interaction between people and breathes a sense of excitement into attractive and modular spaces that provide numerous facilities and solutions. Floor areas range from 3,400 to 4,600 m² around nearly 4,000 m² of gardens, terraces, loggias and rooftops. So Pop is a place of life where collective intelligence emulates, where everyone acts, brings their ideas and dynamism, it is a Parisian address and a Saint-Ouen state of mind."
So Pop State of mind
So Pop in 3 key words
COLLABORATIVE: A place of work and life, So Pop is a collective intelligence engine. Each space and each service accelerates and encourages emulation.
LIVING: So Pop is a place in perpetual renewal. Its spaces and services metamorphose according to needs, formats and events.
INSPIRING: So Pop is a communicative energy. Surprises and instantaneity, So Pop breathes its effervescence into every moment. With So Pop your offices take care of you and common sense!.
Saint-Ouen's urban planning policy and shared ownership of Paris convinced us of the value that the redevelopment of the site could create
"After studies, structural "defects" and new standards led us to favour demolition/reconstruction in order to obtain a quality building with a strong architectural signature. This was done with So Pop, an emblematic, high-performance living space that reflects Covivio's know-how. "
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