Companies today are transforming and reinventing themselves, guided by increasingly nomadic and collaborative ways of working. Resolutely innovative, Trinity offers inspiring and alternative living spaces where the organizations of tomorrow can thrive.
The pervasiveness of digital usage, the increasingly thin border between professional and private life, the numerous demands employees have to cope, growing employee mobility… Unibail-Rodamco anticipates these changes and responds to the expectations of companies and their workforces with innovative office buildings, in harmony with our evolving society.
The spaces offered become places to live, open to external competences.
The spaces offered become places to live, open to external competences. They gather employees and encourage impromptu encounters and exchange, to promote collective intelligence and creativity.
Perched among the floors, unexpected meetings spaces welcome the Trinity ecosystem. On the 25th floor, the Business Center boasts breathtaking views of Paris and La Défense. Convinced that nature stimulates gray matter, Trinity extends its interior spaces with landscaped exterior terraces on which to work and relax.
Trinity, built to inspire
Born in Paris in 1963, Jean-Luc Crochon studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Graduating in 1988, he was recruited by Cuno Brullmann for the firm of B+FL. He worked there four years before launching own company, at the same time consulting for the RFR Peter Rice engineering firm.
In 1998, he partnered with Cuno Brullmann; a collaboration that gave birth to numerous prestigious projects such as the renovation of the CNIT de La Défense and the annex to the Foch Hospital in Suresnes.
Under the management of Jean-Luc Crochon since 2008, Cro&Co Architecture’s portfolio of projects grew, supported by talented colleagues with complementary skills.
Recipient of the AMO Prize with a Special Mention for the Usine de microtechniques in Gals and the Prix des Plus Beaux Ouvrages de Construction Métalliques for the Circé de Montpellier in 2010, Cro&Co Architecture won the bid for the Trinity de La Défense project in November 2015, just before signing a contract for the major restructuration of the Carré Michelet in Europe’s largest business district.
An architectural and human achievement, Trinity is first and foremost a place for life. In an open dialogue with the exterior, animated by those occupying the space, Trinity reinvents the workplace, opening it up and breaking down barriers to inspire its occupants.
Trinity is also an ambitious urban project with strong environmental ambitions. Located in the heart of La Défense and spanning a major roadway, Trinity is more than an office building, it’s an integral part of the urban landscape. Its lush landscaped 3500m² concrete platform zone creates a physical link that reconnects the city with ideas, people with nature.
Its transparent architecture reveals the vibrancy of its interior life.
Its living heart is energized by the movement of panoramic elevators and rhythmed by welcoming terraces where employees gather to exchange or relax in front of the exceptional views. Trinity is living and welcoming office tower.
Trinity is resolutely avant-garde.
Conceived to anticipate the needs of tomorrow, it offers modular, adaptable, shared spaces for greater freedom of use and creative interaction.