OpenClose

Guided Tour

Alto Pont-Rouge is a 15-storey mixed- use building that offers 28,000 sq. m. of floorspace for lease—principally for offices. Shops, services, and restaurants are concentrated on the ground and first floors. The ground floor, designed as a shopping mall, can be accessed via two entrances located on the north and east façades.

Access to the offices is mainly through a large entrance leading to an atrium on the first floor. Bathed in natural light, this central area channels users to the various administrative areas throughout the floors.

In the heart of a stone-dominated district, vast treelined terraces on the 6th and 10th floors offer two gardens reserved for the building’s users. They serve as a link between the different sections of the building.

Scheduled for handover in 2022-2023, this highquality, modular office space features floor plans ranging from 340 to 2,730 sq. m., which can also be divided.

Click on each floor for more details or download the floor plans.

Ground floor 0 Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3 Floor 4 Floor 5 Floor 6 Floor 7 Floor 8 Floor 9 Floor 10 Floor 11 Floor 12 Floor 13 Floor 14 Floor 15
Offices entrance Shopping area entrance Shopping area possible access
Floor 15 Atrium Floor 6

While adhering to the stone-framed architectural character of its environs, Alto Pont-Rouge is unique for its double-height modules. This gives the building a more elegant spaciousness and brings in significantly more natural light. Designed by brodbeck roulet architectes associés, the architecture of Alto Pont-Rouge embodies a contemporary approach that emphasises functionality and well-being.

Alto Pont-Rouge has several sections of varying heights, which puts the district on a human scale. Four «Z»-shaped floors complete the base, giving the overall structure a pleasing and dynamic layout. Overlooking the structure, two towers crown the building and preserve the visual harmony.

By keeping load-bearing structures a minimal presence, the architects have given preference to natural light and facilitated the laying out of open-plan workspaces or standalone offices.