The new Fosse Rouge school complex, located on the promontory of the Morbas departmental park, has new ambitions for this changing neighborhood. Turned towards nature, the facility is anchored in the territory. Composed of two mineral layers with organic shapes, the building follows the relief of the park. This facility, integrated into the park, is gently integrated by its sober and timeless architecture. It is a showcase for the city’s ambitions for this district, in a sustainable way. Built on an artificial space, the new school group offers an architecture that is totally integrated into the green spaces of the park. The square-shaped forecourt offers two distinct and visible entrances, elementary and nursery, in transparency towards the recreational spaces. One perceives nature and the urban façade acts as a gateway to the park. One enters the school through an opening to nature.