Building a place of worship is no easy task. Restructuring it is an equation that turns out to be even more complex for us.

During this project, we had to do surgical work on an existing building. The building was initially intended to accommodate a place of worship, but this proved insufficient. The evolution of social data and associative needs has required a review of the structure of the place to enable it to better respond to new requirements.

So we “crossed it by the light”. Also, we built a new main facade, reinforced by a remarkable entrance sequence. The goal of the project is to beautify, better register and make more functional.

To this remedy, we added a tone of whiteness to make the thing more luminous.

The rewriting of the main facade with its large openings gives the scale of a facility whose architecture is in harmony with the function and symbolic dimension.