France’s first tower block was designed to provide homes for around a thousand people in 480 separate apartments. It was decided that the best option would be to build two 35-storey towers. Les Horizons, built in 1970 based on plans by Georges Maillols, was part of the urban regeneration that revitalised Brittany’s capital during this period.
- Getting there by metro: Line a and b, Sainte-Anne station (900m away – about 11 minutes on foot) | By bus: Line C2, Horizons stop | By car: Parking Les Lices
- Location : outdoor visit only