The Éole Évangile project, an exceptional property located in north-eastern Paris, is home to a mixed-use development with 34,000 sq. meters of housing, hotels, hostels, modular offices and shops, as well as a living lab, a co-working space and an incubator specialising in environmental innovation. At the centre of this flourishing site is a 6,500-sq. meter garden that shapes the identity of this new Parisian hub, influencing all the different ways the space is used in this mixed-use project. This green belt, the project’s central feature, includes 3,800 sq. meters of public gardens, 2,000 sq. meters of green roofs, private gardens, family kitchen gardens, and more. These green spaces in Paris’ first zero-carbon neighbourhood blend seamlessly with sustainable architecture featuring low-carbon concrete and wooden façades.