The challenge of building the Sports Hall Jean-Louis Trintignant in Uzès is to propose a project that can work perfectly with the elements present on the site while creating the best conditions for the practice of sports. It aims to create a symbol participating in a radiation on the urban scale. The Sports Hall must above all be a constituent element of the project of the Zac Mayac while allowing continuity with the adjacent College also realized by the agency. This project takes up the minerality of the college by modifying its materiality. The perforations of the facades offer its specificity to the sports hall. One of the major stakes of the operation lies in its ability to generate urbanity. Thus the parvis plays a primordial role, thought as an urban place; the square is intended to be homogeneous in its representation, uniting the pedestrian elements as well as the parking areas. Entirely glazed, the entrance of the sports hall offers a visual transversality from the square directly to the play area. At night it is a signal for visitors. In this configuration, the impact of the Sports Hall on the immediate environment is reduced, matching the topography of the place, the gymnasium adapts to the constraints of the plot and the program. This position has the effect of unifying the building as well as offering it a unique and readable identity, allowing a reading of the playful volumetry for college students and easy for all.