As Mudry Immobilier's first development, this building is located in the city centre of Thonon, close to the fire station, the Sacré Cœur school and the train station. Following simple architectural principles, Le Vinci is well integrated in its low rise urban environment.
Le Vinci is named after the admiration felt by Jean-Paul Mudry for the role model of many architects, forefather of modern science. As a reverence for Leonardo da Vinci, a sculpted bust to his image overlooks the building's entrance hall.
Number of floors: 4
Surface: ~600 m2
Number of flats: 10
Architect: Jean-Patrick Dehaynin