Saint-André-Lez-Lille, Edge of the Deûle

The project

An integral part of the “Bords de Deûle” approach, led jointly by the cities of La Madeleine, Marquette-lez-Lille and Saint-André in Northern France, with the support of the European Metropolis of Lille, this formerly neglected space is now one of the major assets of the territory.

This new landscaping has been designed collectively to better meet the expectations of users and new environmental and societal challenges. Reserved for pedestrians and cyclists, a greenway connects squares offering various spaces: games for children, sports equipment, various shrubs…

Our Treille lighting columns, openworked with a palm tree pattern, punctuate this new space, between nature and city, calm and dynamism. Made in France, our lighting furniture brings design, durability and light while respecting the biodiversity and the environment of the edge of the Deûle.

October 2021© Photo credit:
Philippe Turpin
Contracting authority : Métropole Européenne de LilleLandscape architect : Degré ZéroEngineering : OGI Omnium Général Ingénierie Lille