Porteur : Novaxia
Architectes : SAME Architectes
Autres : SemPariSeine, SETEC, BTP Consultants, AVEL, DEPUR Consulting, Hopfab, Art en Ville, Agence en Place, Ready Maker, SCALE, Ecole Ferrandi, Ah la Vache, la Brûlerie de Belleville, La Cigogne, le Petit Ballon, le Syndicat, Stuart, Too Good to Go, Weblib, Yuflow
The former Croix Rouge metro station, located under Place Michel Debré (6th arrondissement), is owned by the RATP. It is on line 10 of the metro, between the Mabillon and Sèvres Babylone stations. Compatible with the operating and maintenance of the metro lines, the two sidelong platforms in this vaulted station are proposed as part of this CFP. These two platforms, facing one another, are each 75 meters long and 4.35 meters wide, and accessed by a single entrance located at the western end. The station’s main access was located at the foot of César’s sculpture “The Centaur,” while another exit was also located on rue de Sèvres.