In the elegance of the Crimea zone, an innovative real estate project
The building that for over a century was the home of the Institute of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart, and then became the Lycée Français, now becomes Thovez11, a project of residential renovation that becomes a model that brings out the value of historical heritage and innovation.
In the Crimea zone near the city center, immersed in an age-old park, the building has been renovated and transformed, conserving the forms of the original architecture. One of the values of Thovez11 lies in this safeguarding of existing features: the transformation of the old school as a contemporary residential complex complies with complete respect for the environment and nature, using already existing land and avoiding the consumption of the area, in contrast with the present alarming trend towards unlimited cementification.
The Thovez11 project balances a range of different factors: the architecture fits into the environmental context, utilizing advanced physical plant technologies like geothermics, materials of the latest generation, and avant-garde solutions to provide high levels of comfort while reducing management costs, boosting ecocompatibility and reducing energy consumption.