For the most part, the façades of the office buildings will be in stone with laser-treated white concrete.
Only the hotel will feature a different form of cladding, with an anodized aluminium-style surface on the main façade, with a perforated surface on the façade facing Boulevard René Cassin.
Particular attention has been paid to the treatment of the timber elements with a view to enlivening Boulevard René Cassin.
For the student residence, a two-floor timber building will be constructed; this structure will feature a French window on the lower floor providing access to the long balcony, and a horizontal window on the upper floor.
The ensemble will be homogenised by metal slats, echoing the French window’s shutters. It will be thermos-lacquered in grey green, a colour recalling the hues of Nice’s historical centre. Insofar as the residential units are concerned, the “traditional” vocabulary of the windows will be enriched by fully glazed winter gardens, providing the residential units with an exterior space complementing that of the balconies and protected from noise from the Boulevard.
On the uppermost level of the hotel, which will be dedicated to the communal areas (the club), a curtain wall will surround the entire floor in order to provide a panoramic view of the horizon.
The woodwork of the offices will feature a range of warm colours.