Three Towers of Grenoble

Description
The landmark Residence Île Verte, popularly referred to as “the Three Towers of Grenoble,” was built within a park in the Île Verte district between 1963 and 1967, on a plan by Roger Anger and Pierre Puccinelli. At a height of 98 meters (not counting the antenna), the three towers were the highest inhabited buildings in Europe when they were completed, with a total of 504 apartments spread among 28 inhabited floors, each tower containing a total of 33 stories. The towers are named BelledonneVercors, and Mont Blanc.
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Architect

Civil Engineer

Client

Owner

Time & Place

Status

built

Date

02/05/1967

Address

Grenoble, Frankreich

Specifications

Floors

Floors: 33

Height

Height: 98

Staircases

Units per Staircase 

Units per Floor 

Units

Unit Area

Plot Area

Floor Area Typical

Area Total

Podium Area

Courtyard Area

Ground floor Area

Residents

Parking Spaces

Taxonomy

Organisation

150+

Material

Iron concrete

Structure

reinforced concrete bearing walls

Usage

Housing

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