Green Office® Meudon
Delivered in July 2011, Green Office® Meudon, just south of Paris, is the first large-scale positive-energy office building in France. Designed by Ion Enescu from the architecture firm Ateliers 115 Architectes, the building was sold to Scor and let to Steria, the European leader in IT-enabled business services. Green Office® Meudon heralds a new generation of positive-energy buildings.
Green Office® Meudon. Architect : Ateliers 115 Architectes. Credits : Eric Sempé
Green Office® Meudon by night. Architect : Ateliers 115 Architectes. Credits : Graphix Images
23 300 m2 net floor area
1 250 workstations
From concept to reality: more energy produced than it consumed in its first year
Consommations énergétiques annuelles Green Office Meudon
The SI@GO software application measured Green Office® Meudon’s energy production and consumption after a year in operation.
Energy production: 76.9 kWh/m²/year (compared with 64 kWh/m²/year initially projected).
Total energy use: 70.8 kWh/m²/year (compared with 62 kWh/m²/year projected).
10 years ahead of Grenelle environment summit requirements
Green Office® Meudon uses 30% less energy than the most energy-efficient HQE® (High Environmental Quality) buildings on the market. This is equivalent to energy savings of 65% compared with a building that complies with the 2005 thermal regulations.
Located in Meudon-la-Forêt, Green Office® Meudon is only 20 minutes from the centre of Paris. The building is easily accessible from transport networks, while offering a pleasant working environment. It is in the immediate vicinity of Meudon forest, Vélizy technology park, which is home to major companies such as Alcatel, Alstom, Bouygues Telecom, Dassault Systèmes, France Telecom, Nestlé and Thales, and the Vélizy 2 shopping centre.