The Henri Barbusse square is inserted between two entities of the ZAC* of Petit Quevilly Village. The objective was to mark a centrality by the implementation of speed bump on the surroundings of the Town Hall. The speed bump is differentiated into two zones by the topography of the site linked to the thresholds of the city hall and the adjacent streets. Through this device, the mixed path (cycles and pedestrians) initiated between the two parts of the ZAC is inserted and crosses the square. This last link of shared circulation offers a continuity between two major equipments of the commune while passing by the City Hall. Finally, new plant layers complete the overall layout in the form of plant islands.
*ZAC: Zone d’aménagement concerté. It refers to the public urban planning operations whose purpose is to carry out the development and equipment of building land.