L. du Peloux, O. Baverel, F. Tayeb, J-F. Caron
This paper presents the overall design and construction process of a gridshell in composite materials at Créteil, in Paris suburb. This religious edifice of 350m² is a temporary cathedral meant to gather the parishioners during the two-years renovation of their permanent cathedral. It can accommodate up to 500 people and complies with all the required performances for such a building: structural stiffness, fire safety, waterproofness, lightning, thermal comfort, etc. This project arises thanks to a long-term collaboration between T/E/S/S and NAVIER and marks the accomplishment of a ten-years research project in the area.