The Stream Building real estate project will include a Zoku hotel-residence (c) PCA-STREAM – Philippe Chiambaretta
Business travelers passing through Paris for a while will be able to discover the innovative concept
starting this fall. This Dutch brand, which appeared in 2016 in Amsterdam and this year in Copenhagen and Vienna, stands out for its loft-style studios with designer and modular furniture where the bed is placed in a mezzanine to give way to the main living and working space. In the spirit of the times, these urban residences also play on lifestyle elements with a bar and a lively restaurant, a coworking space and an event venue, without forgetting the sure thing of the moment: a rooftop.
Zoku will be deploying these fundamentals in Paris, in the Stream Building real estate program. Located across from the new Paris courthouse, in the booming Clichy Batignolles district and at the foot of the 14 metro line, this mixed-use project is one of the winners of the Réinventer Paris competition, notably for its sustainable dimension. Developed by Covivio
and Assurances du Crédit Mutuel, the complex designed by the architectural firm PCA-STREAM mixes wood and concrete, puts hops on its facade, adds a vegetable garden on the roof and photovoltaic panels, the Stream Building thus aims at environmental certifications.Lofts with design and modular furniture.
This urban project integrates on eight floors shops at the foot of the building, including a brewery, 9600m² of offices and therefore a hotel-residence Zoku of 109 rooms “Loft”, the hotelier is also in charge of exploiting the spaces of conviviality proposed on the top floor, that is to say a restaurant and a bar, a place of coworking and a space dedicated to the events, the whole extended by a rooftop of 190m².
“Zoku stands out for its hybrid positioning between hotel and office, a concept that is totally consistent with Stream Building’s ambitions to mix uses and spaces,” said Christophe Kullmann, Covivio’s CEO. “Fromthe very beginning of the Réinventer Paris competition, Zoku was enthusiastic about the project: its mixed-use, 24/7 animation and sustainable wood structure perfectly match Zoku’s core business values
,” emphasized Marc Jongerius, co-founder and CEO of Zoku. Values that the brand intends to continue to propagate at <a href=”https://www.voyages-d-affaires.com/zoku-concept-innovant-paris-20200314.html” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Paris as well as other major European cities.
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