Equestrian centre in the « Vieux Pays »

Brief : Four training rings, stables for 60 horses, isolation box, warehousing and silos for grain, “gîte” style accommodation with teaching facilities and changing rooms, club house, paddock

Construction date : 1999 - 2001
Address : 93290 TREMBLAY-EN-FRANCE SEINE-SAINT-DENIS (FRANCE).
Architect(s) : FUKSAS Massimiliano, architect
CASSIN Michel, landscape architect
BELLAVITI Giovanni Project architect
Client(s) : Syndicat intercommunal des communes d'Aulnay-sous-Bois, Drancy, Le Blanc-Mesnil, Sevran, Tremblay-en-France, Villepinte (93)
Area : Building : 5000 m2; treated site area : 7 hectares
Contractor(s) : Not given
Photography : © HC - CAUE du Loiret.
Key words : HORSE BREEDING | TIMBER | GLUED-LAMINATED | FIBROUS CEMENT

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This riding complex, situated in the grounds of the Château Bleu, has as its main vocation initiation courses in horse riding for schoolchildren. It is composed of the external riding areas, four covered training rings of different sizes, reception buildings (administration, teaching spaces....) and a support building housing accommodation for repairs, maintenance and storage. The training rings and the stables (50 boxes) are arranged rationally, grouped around the circulation space and relaxation areas, in close proximity to the training areas. The buildings are constructed using a glued, laminated timber structure finished with fibrous cement panels and timber panelling with polycarbonate elements.

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Union régionale des caue du centre
Ministère de l'agriculture et de la pêche
Ministère de la culture et de la communication

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