Reinventing your public spaces
Street furniture reinvents public spaces by adding a touch of modernity and architectural elegance. They embellish the front of public buildings, fences, bus stops and public squares. On www.procity.eu, discover a wide range of design furniture dedicated to urban development. They are used in parks, gardens, in front of the entrance hall of buildings, on roadways and many other purposes.
Collective projects and urban development
Urban planning and projects play an important role in the development of cities. Prior to their implementation, local and regional authorities carry out estimates and projections of tailor-made works.
Construction of new elementary, middle schools, universities, rehabilitation of schools, high schools, documentation centres and public libraries.
Construction of more medical centres, polyclinics, maternity wards and hospitals in the departments, towns and regions to meet the needs of the population regarding health.
Modern structures, impressive and immersive building works.
Freedom of form, colour and size in the age of architectural evolution.
The art of decorating, maintaining rooms, public spaces and offices according to themes.
A wide choice between wood joinery, aluminium joinery and PVC joinery.
Dwellings and houses to be built
The construction specialists draw up various architectural and technical plans according to the type of property required. The house plan can be customised according to your needs.
Construction of independent houses with or without floors in different architectural styles.
Construction of collective housing/buildings with private and common areas.
Design of perfectly identical neighbouring houses, often semi-detached dwellings.
A profession that is both technical and creative
The interior designer is a true craftsman of the building industry, and is responsible for the layout of interior spaces from top to bottom. He works on the composition of volumes, materials, shapes, shades of colour and luminosity to embellish the rooms in his own way. Both technical and creative, his work also concerns the design of offices and professional spaces.
Restoration of old buildings
Renovating and restoring according to the rules of the art
The renovation of old buildings often requires numerous technical and specific interventions to reinforce their structures, improve their insulation and modernise their architecture in order to give them a second life. All operations must be carried out in a professional manner.
Restoring old buildings and structures can involve both structural and finishing work. Firstly, the renovation work aims to strengthen the frameworks and structures that support the whole building. Then comes the actual renovation work, such as the restoration of the facades, the change of coverings, plumbing, sanitary facilities, the laying of parquet flooring, the installation of fences, windows and glazing. In addition to these interventions, there is also the insulation work, which consists of installing soundproofing in the attic, low floors, and the installation of a soundproofing system for partitions.
Styles and types of atmosphere
At the core of the decoration is a pure, chic, natural, simple, romantic and elegant atmosphere with a muted touch.
The modernism of industrial touches applied to the interior design of halls and offices.
Paints for a fashionable building
The colour combinations chosen for the facades, partitions and interior walls of a building partly determine its style and design. Fashionable paints are everywhere, leaving the best impressions.
The first choice for painting surfaces and coatings with water.
The ideal soft paint, free of any chemical compounds.
The building materials market is following new trends in the construction sector. These are being used in new buildings, renovation and refurbishment projects.
High-temperature-treated wood is favoured for its increased resistance to the development of mould and fungi, its durability and its high level of aesthetics.
Trends in concrete with a low ecological footprint, designed with sustainable, less polluting materials such as self-placing concrete, low-carbon concrete and pervious concrete.
Biosourced construction elements, made from animal tissues or plant fibres in order to favour natural resources and preserve the environment.