1699 Le Corbusier is a five -story office tower located in Laval. The ground floor is occupied by a bank. Situated on the corner of Saint- Martin and Le Corbusier boulevards, a major intersection in Laval. The sheer exterior volume of the building is driven by colored metal panels arranged in various ways and by a dark box in projection. The light and transparent curtain wall on the ground floor opens the building to its environment and showcases the surface of the upper floors
Several sustainable development objectives guided the design of the building; a landscaping with many trees and a white roof contributed to the reduction of “heat islands”, the reduction in energy consumption, the choice of sustainable materials, and the quality control of the indoor air are also part of the measures recommended for obtaining LEED certification.