The operation is part of a "Sainte-Anne Renaissance" subdivision project. The subdivision is bordered to the south and west by a residential area and to the north and east by farmland.
The two buildings are small collectives R+2+attic resting on a semi-buried basement housing all the parking lots and cellars. The buildings are raised by a set of low walls that preserve the private character of the ground-floor dwellings but also protect the building from decennial flooding.
The ground floor and the two upper floors are treated as a single block with the recessed street façade and balconies, while the attic is treated independently. It is organized in such a way as to create a box effect with houses on the roof.
In general, the construction will be carried out in simple and natural materials in adequacy with their environment, such as raw concrete, wood cladding. The walls of the buildings are plastered with mineral pigments in natural shades. The roofs and façades of the attic houses are clad with zinc standing seam.