Seeing is believing
Discover La Confluence, its variety of housing and offices, its facilities, history and guiding principles of the urban design:
- a 360° virtual tour of the quarter, shown in 35 panoramic photos
- an interactive map to get your bearings and see where the various elements of the site are being built or have already been completed
- special sections focusing on the quarter as a great place to live, work, visit, find a home and get around ; setting up a business ; the urban project and its commitment to the environment; and innovations that aim to make La Confluence a sustainable district
- an illustrated chronology of the project and historic timeline explaining the metamorphosis of the area since 1735
- more than 20 maps and charts
- illustrated fact sheets with details about the main projects and developments in progress or completed
- video reports and audio interviews to plunge into the story of this exceptional urban project.
This mobile-first, responsive website is designed for all types of users: people living or working in the area, visitors, entrepreneurs, businesses, retailers, public partners, students, professionals.”
Read the interview with Benoît Bardet, Deputy Director and Head of Communication at SPL Lyon Confluence
Browsing made easy
Want to find out about the latest developments at La Confluence? Need to locate a facility or a project site? Looking for a publication or press releases and articles? Want to know more about the construction work in progress?
From any screen, you can:
- scroll up and down the home page
- search the website by key words
- click on a key word
- use the “burger” button to access other sections
- find content for various user profiles: retailers and tradespeople, businesses, students, journalists, professionals, people living and working in the district
- see our social media wall with all of our posts
- sign up for our bi-monthly newsletter Pas sans vous !
We hear you!
The design and development of the new Lyon Confluence website benefited from input from people in the district (residents, employees, businesses, retailers, local authorities) through workshops led by Franck Confino.
The website was designed and developed by the agency Stratis.
The editorial design and content production are provided by the agency In medias res.