25 years after the machinery of the Renault factories at Boulogne-Billancourt was forever muted, the music comes back to the Seguin Island. La Seine Municale, the new cultural facility of the Hauts-de-Seine district opens with Bob Dylan’s inauguration concert on the 22nd of April 2017.


Executed as a PPP (public-private partnership) between the Hauts-de-Seine local authority and the JV led by Bâtiment Île-de- France, the Seine Musicale’s objective is to become an internationally renowned cultural stage.


Built in the tip of the Seguin island, the main building was designed by the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, Pritzker Award 2014, is 280m long and hosts two concert halls.




Member of the Design and Construction Full Project Management JV in charge of the structures design: preliminary and detailed design and works supervision.


Key information



Architect: Shigeru Ban

Design and Construction PM JV: JV Tempo-Ile Seguin, led by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France + setec tpi

Construction fees: 170 M€, 120M€ of which are funded by the local authority

Duration: 2012 – 2016

©Anne-Claude Barbier pour setec tpi

In a Nutshell

800foundation piles
1,000m2solar pannels