The Artem project aims to bring together three major schools of Nancy to develop an interdisciplinary process between art, technology and economic management. This initiative focuses on innovation associated with integrating creativity, new technologies and managerial prospects.
The architecture seems to reflect this openness and this trust in the future with clear and bright shapes. The project, which has an "urban" dimension, physically combines the departments allowing not only the possibility of moving through but above all stopping within the campus, with many dedicated services.
For this reason it is not a "gallery" in the nineteenth century sense of the term or in the worst sense of the term taken on in today's shopping malls, but a "plaza", focused on the needs of exchange and enjoyment. The project is also technically innovative as its heating is carried out by a system of "Canadian wells", the largest facility of its kind in France.