Comfort from every angle

The Multi Comfort concept is designed to deliver every kind of comfort, in any kind of building, anywhere in the world. And always in a sustainable and economical way.

Thermal Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings keep themselves at an optimal temperature using very little energy. They’re neither too hot nor too cold – so we can function comfortably, whatever we’re doing.

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Visual Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings bring the outdoors in. They maximize daylight to create the right amount of light for specific tasks – whether it’s reading, performing surgery or working out at the gym.

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Acoustic Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings have well-balanced sound environments. They actively protect us from unwanted exterior noise, and enhance those sounds that we do want to hear.

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Indoor-Air Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings provide a constant supply of fresh, clean air. This creates an optimally healthy environment for us and reduces the impact of harmful pollutants.

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Comfort for every building & Climate

Multi-Comfort principles can be applied to any kind of building any kind of climate.

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Comfort for more economical living

Multi-Comfort buildings don’t cost much more to construct and the savings start straightaway.

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Comfort with built-in sustainability

Multi-Comfort buildings are designed to bring wellbeing to people today while preparing the future for all: they use less energy and resources, and generate less pollution and waste.

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MULTICOMFORT
Shopping centre

HALLE DE PANTIN,
FRANCE

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TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION

Renovation

LOCATION

Pantin, France

CLIMATE

Tropical Wet(Af)

MAIN FUNCTION

This shopping area is dedicated to building and renovation, gathering 10 specialized brands.

SURFACE AREA

35000

ARCHITECT

Norbert Brail

BUILDING NAME

PANTIN,
FRANCE

MAIN CONTRACTOR

Point P

ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION YEAR

1947

YEAR OF RENOVATION:

2015

MULTICOMFORT design principles can be applied to any type of building (residential or non-residential, new build or renovation project) in any country or climate around the world.

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The Halle de Pantin was built between 1946 and 1947 by the engineer Bernard Lafaille, this hall is caracterized by its 7cm-thin concrete vault and consists of three concrete naves. In 2015, it was renovated to become the first commercial hall dedicated to building professionals in Europe. The work started in 2012, following an eco-conception model, applied to the rehabilitation of a former industrial site, in an urban zone.

TECHNICAL

Energy balance*

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Energy consumption:

79.01 kWh/m²/year

Energy balance:

79.01 kWh/m²/year

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Energy production:

0 kWh/m²/year

Daylight Autonomy

Daylight Autonomy

Office and relaxation spaces (West façade)

20%

Other office and relaxation spaces (central part of the building and "front" façade)

80%

Thermal performance

Average inside temperature:

-

Acoustic Performance

** Difference between external and internal noise levels.

Airtightness under 50 Pa

0.99

Architectural drawings

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PRODUCTS USED IN
THIS BUILD

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