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Sustainable offices for Crédit Agricole



Nearly 10,000 m2 of new buildings now house Crédit Agricole Sud Rhône-Alpes head office and its 450 employees. Located in the heart of Grenoble's dynamic Presqu'Île district, this new head office is in line with the company's values: local roots, a digital shift and a genuine environmental approach. The challenges of this project were to provide employees with more modular spaces and the introduction of new and more collaborative ways of working.

« For our clients, the project had to make sense, be sustainable, not give in to fashion, and give priority to use and functionality. The building is therefore part of a true green approach. It has an HQE environmental label, is energy-efficient, equipped with photovoltaic panels, a bicycle park and beehives, among other things. There are also local issues: there is no other bank head office located in the region, which is a strong sign and a real distinctive feature of Crédit Agricole Sud Rhône-Alpes. » Marine Baratin, Interior Architect at Colliers International France

Key informations

  • Delivery: 2019
  • Surface area : 10 000 m2 
  • Location: Grenoble
  • Workstations : 450


  • Architectural & functional programming
  • Definition of work environments
  • Design of work environments and interior architecture
  • Design of the company restaurant, club areas and lobby
  • MOE Furniture
  • AMO Users
  • Change management


Marine Baratin, Interior Architect at Colliers present these dynamic and innovative work spaces in our Book Colliers n°4 (pages 145 à 160) >


Discover the new head office of Crédit Agricole Sud Rhône-Alpes !


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The interior architect placed nature and the colours of the region at the heart of the development project: claustras made of birch trees to give rhythm to the spaces, meeting rooms named and arranged on the theme of the mountain (climbing, picnic, paragliding...).

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On the ground floor, the 200-seat auditorium with a retractable seating area follows the codes of the facade by offering asymmetrical modules to give dynamics to the space and also to manage the acoustics.