Formerly Morland Mixité Capitale, La Félicité is the result of a titanic worksite lasting nearly six years. Winner of “Réinventer Paris” in 2016, the developer, Emerige, is taking the reins of this project, in order to rehabilitate the former administrative site on Boulevard Morland. The key word? Mixed-use. To create a multi-use living space open to the public. David Chipperfield Architects and the architectural firm CALQ are entrusted with the project.
The La Félicité building-district was inaugurated and unveiled its program in June. The building retains its original modernist architecture, but opens up to life and is equipped with vegetation in the cloister and on the roof. Here, people live in social housing, the starred hotel SO/ Paris or the youth hostel The People Paris Marais. People come here to work and to shop. But you can also come for pleasure: the Atlas gallery is committed to the Emerige group’s program of support for the contemporary art scene and will showcase the work of international artists. Finally, it is possible to come here to have a meal: the restaurant-bar Bonnie invites you to enjoy a breathtaking view of Paris, thanks to its 360° rooftop, while the Titi Palacio offers a festive atmosphere in a decor inspired by the Crystal Palace.
Whether you are a local, a day visitor or a curious Parisian, La Félicité promises a sensory escapade in the heart of the capital.
17, boulevard Morland, Paris 12 e