We stand for
quality for all
Residential real estate is the largest component of the city and the largest expense for the French, and it is also our primary business. We make the ecological transition concrete and operational, adding value to the city by creating more comfortable, more intelligent and increasingly economical housing. The challenges of production quality include those of the environmental sustainability of our structures.
Villepreux / 78
Feel Wood, wooden housing with positive energy, facing the Palace of Versailles
“With this ambitious project, we are proud to contribute to research and assert our expertise in the field of wood construction. The award of the...Discover
CAP D'AGDE / 34
Bringing the seaside resort into a new dimension
Iconic is a vast real estate program that extends over 10 hectares and completely transforms the emblematic resort of the 70s by providing it with an...Discover
TOULOUSE / 31
Create the setting for
an emblematic monument
Just a 15-minute walk from the Capitole, on the left bank of the Garonne, Kaufman & Broad has designed an exceptional residential project. Located a...Discover
Saint-Jean-de-Védas / 34
with the added bonus
of soft mobility
Recreate a village life for the new inhabitants, with local shops, offices and services, a square, a playground, a micro day care, a school…...Discover
DIJON / 21
Preserve the history of a place to sublimate the future
Dijon is a city of art and history and thanks to a rich past, that offers to the inhabitants a good quality of life and a preserved environment. If...Discover
TOULOUSE / 31
A place of life that reconciles water and the city
Located less than 10 minutes by bike from the hypercentre of Toulouse, discover an already iconic achievement by Kaufman Broad.Discover
NANTES / 44
Transform an old barracks and open it on the city
Located in the center of Nantes, a stone's throw from the pedestrian streets, famous schools and shops, is "Le Carré Lafayette".Discover
32% share of renewable energies in energy consumption set in the European objectives for 2030 (source : Ministry of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion)
60% of French people will live in collective housing in 2050 (source : National Council for Ecological Transition)
2/3 of greenhouse gas emissions from the building sector come from the private residential sector (source : High Council for Climate Report)
Comfort and well-being of residents
personalization, innovation, digitalization, service, openness to nature, air quality
The right residential path for everyone
A commitment to the energy transition of cities and the preservation of biodiversity
Speech by an expert
Our way of doing things
We stand for quality for all.
Consultation and listening to the inhabitants
Public meetings, education and participatory tools
Partnerships adapted to changing needs
Every day, we bet on collective intelligence and the alchemy of our expertise
A long-term commitment
Architectural quality, reliable operators, solid investors
Meeting with our team
Why is residential the primary lever for social engagement?
Too often, housing is seen as a financial product, when it should be first and foremost a basic need. By its very nature, housing is an essential need that occupies a central place in an individual’s life, with direct implications for health, social and family relationships, personal and even professional development. The lack of housing, poor living conditions at home, or the financial burden of finding housing contributes more than anything else to the widening of inequalities and the marginalization of vulnerable groups.
What is Kaufman & Broad’s response to the housing crisis that France has been experiencing for several decades?
We design innovative housing, both individual and collective, that is accessible and integrated into its environment, to provide everyone with comfortable and sustainable quality housing. These two aspects are inextricably linked. Our latest study, carried out after the so-called “Covid “period, confirms this desire for healthier housing and the search for an optimum between the quality of life it offers and its sustainability for the planet.
“Our latest study, carried out after the so-called ’Covid’ period, confirms this desire for healthier housing and the search for an optimum between the quality of life it offers and its sustainability for the planet.”
What will the Kaufman & Broad residence of tomorrow look like?
To provide quality housing for all, we look at housing through the prism of user needs. And there are many! We innovate in all aspects of housing: personalization and expandability of private spaces, conviviality and sharing of common spaces, digitalization, home automation and service applications… We work every day to adapt our homes to these new uses. To do this, our innovation method is very concrete: we have innovation managers in each team, in each agency. And all of our production is subject to joint reflection in terms of innovative contribution and environmental requirements.
If quality and sustainability go hand in hand, how do you design an environmentally friendly program?
We choose the most relevant designs and construction methods, including the use of low-carbon, recycled and/or bio-sourced materials and renewable energy production solutions. Our constant monitoring of innovations in construction, energy, mobility and new urban uses allows us to make the best choices among the available solutions.
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