View on Petite Maison with its main access
As the plant nursery of PETITE MAISON is meant to the function in a circular manner, we are exploring the possibility of hosting trees meant to be permanently planted in the future.
With the collaboration of AGORA, the Petite Maison's plan nursery could host, cherish and maintain, until will reach the proper state, the trees that are envisioned to be permanently planted in the SQUARE MILE project, developed by AGORA in Belval.
As the landscape designer of the SQUARE MILE project, KCAP Architects&Planners have defined the tree species of the planting concept of SQUARE MILE project. In the total, these trees are 102 and are split as following:
51 Arbres haute tige Agora: + tuterage
9 Acer buergerianum (h:350/550cm)
10 Gleditsia triacanthos 'Skyline' (h:450/650cm)
15 Quercus acutissima (h:450/650cm)
6 Robinia pseudoacacia 'Appalachia' (h:350/450cm)
5 Carpinus betulus (h:450/650cm)
6 Pinus nigra (h:450/650cm)
51 Arbres multitroncs Agora
12 Acer buergerianum (h:400/450cm)
12 Gleditsia triacanthos 'Skyline' (h:450/500cm)
6 Betula albosinensis 'Fascination' (h:300/350cm)
7 Pinus sylvestris 'Norska' (500/600cm)
Together with Mersch Ingénieurs-Paysagistes we are developing the concept of a plant nursery that will integrate these 102 trees meant to be integrated in the SQUARE MILE project, developed by Agora.
KCAP Architects&Planners - Selection of Trees for the planting concept of Square Mile
Mersch Ingénieurs-Paysagistes - Cluster typologies of the Plant Nursery
View onto the future garden in front of Petite Maison
All the best,
Carole, Dragos, Carlo and Margot