The new Paris court signed by the renowned architectural firm Renzo Piano Building Works, is the largest real estate project in recent years in the French capital. Its construction comes from the need to centralize all the independence of the different Parisian courts in the same building, which makes it the largest institutional justice complex in Europe.
The building has a total height of 160 meters, of which there are more than 42 floors of offices, courtrooms and different service areas, among which the terraces where more than 500 trees will be planted.
Frapont has carried out both the development and management of the project in BIM, as well as the manufacture and installation of more than 4000m2 of acoustic, grooved and microperforated panels and false ceilings. Acoustic and fire tests were carried out to comply with the technical requirements set by the client. In addition to these requirements, the strict selection of Natural Beech veneer to obtain a uniform aesthetic result throughout the complex and the large volume of panels to be manufactured in a short time have made this project a very ambitious challenge for Frapont.