BâtiCité is an immersive, interactive and evolving exhibition dedicated to sustainable building, unique in France, located in the former engine room of the emblematic mining site of 11/19 in Loos-en-Gohelle (a Unesco World Heritage Site).
Today, the systematisation of a “sustainable building” quality requirement is essential, both for new buildings and for renovation. This implies a significant improvement in energy performance, the reduction of environmental impacts and a better consideration of the comfort, health and quality of life of users.
It is in this context that the CD2E, (Accelerator of the eco-transition of companies and territories in Hauts-de-France since 2002), has designed this unique awareness, training and exchange space in France.
This exhibition is the 2.0 version of the Ecoconstruction Theatre, which for more than 8 years (2012) has allowed more than 6,000 visitors to experience first-hand the challenges and techniques of sustainable building. A space to “see, touch and understand” the evolutions of the building trades.
In conjunction with Museum Manufactory, in charge of the design and production of the space, and Lézard Graphique (printing and installation of the supports), we worked on the rewriting, design and graphic execution of all the exhibition supports.
Creation and graphic design of all the graphic supports