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Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co
Living high, Trinity Tower - © Cro&Co

Living high, Trinity Tower

Published in 2021

Cro&Co Architecture is pleased to announce the release of the book Living high”, about the Trinity Tower built in Paris La Défense. 

Standing on 900 micropiles above a motorway, Trinity is not just another office tower in the Paris La Défense neighbourhood. In this extraordinary project, the architects, the engineers and the client have pursued a goal that goes well beyond technical exploit. It is a question of restoring views to the tower in order to restore life to it, transforming the narcissistic object addressing a hermetically sealed world in a machine for seeing, reconnected with its environment. Trinity advocates for towers, with the conviction that height will play a role in the tomorrow’s city, as long as we know how to make it habitable.

Editorial conception : Metropolis, Cro&Co Architecture | Authors : Olivier Namias, Ariane Dienstag | Translation : Annabel Gray | Photographs : Luc Boegly, Laurent Zylberman, Air images, Nicolas Sisto, Gaston François Bergeret | Publisher : Park Books | Graphique design : Julie Rousset | Website pictures : Antoine Mercusot