Gaming Campus is ideally situated in the only university quarter in the centre of Lyon, next to the Universities of Lyon 2 and Lyon 3. It is easily accessible; by foot from the tram stop “Rue de l’Université”, from a nearby bike hire station, it is 5 minutes from the metro stop “Jean Macé” and it is ten minutes from the train stations Lyon Part Dieu, Perrache or Jean Macé.
Convivial meeting place, relaxing space and workspace.
200m2 to host lectures, masterclasses and conferences.
Esport competition stadium that allows training in realistic conditions.
Modular spaces for project teamwork and co-studying.
Adaptable to different teaching styles : projects, practical work, pedagogical sessions.
Top of the range equipment to master the most complex softwares.
COWORKING AND LUNCH
An area for dining, working and socialising.
Cardio and muscular training space with professional machines. Accessible to all.
A space to test new methods of gaming, most notably virtual reality.
Streaming workstations with a green screen and top of the range equipment.
“Our HappyWORKspaces initiative attempts to define the best spaces, pragmatical, fun, and efficient.”
Nicholas Maugery – Founder of yad.space
The next generation of campus
The uses of a campus shared between learning and performance required various different units, from the Arena to the streaming room, passing through the staple cafeteria. The centre of gravity of the campus is a large space that could welcome small group workshops of 5/6 students, conferences for industry professionals or academic presentations or even events organised around the life of the school. The furniture allows this space to transform for all of these functions. Classrooms, group study spaces and a co-working reception area complete the list of spaces available.
An industrial universe
The universe proposed for Gaming Campus is a mix of industrial (visible concrete ceilings which allow the structure of the building to stand out as well as high ceiling space) and technology with different computers and screens brought to the forefront. A mix & match set of furniture in black colours and wooden and steel styles compliment the black and white paint and make the shaded orange-yellow-purple logo stand out. The lighting is surrounded by suspension wiring, punctuated by standing lamps around workspaces. The idea is to make the domestic sphere and the educational sphere meet, making the campus feel more comfortable.
Yad.Space creates living spaces for large companies looking to transform their workspaces. Their last references include the UBISOFT offices in Montpellier, The TF1 Headquarters in Paris or the Nextdoor coworking in the Grand Hotel Dieu in Lyon. More information at https://Yad.Space.
50 Rue de Marseille, 69007 Lyon
04 28 29 81 03
Accès tramway : T1 – Arrêt Rue de l’Université
Métro : Ligne D – Arrêt Guillotière – Gabriel Péri (à 10 min)
Bus : Ligne 35 – Arrêt Rue de l’Université
Vélo’V : Marseille / Université et Marseille / Saint André (à 2 min)