The meeting point of three programs combining cutting-edge activities and basic research, the DigiHall is an emblematic, Made in France, digital technology cluster building, in the heart of the Saclay Plateau.
The DigiHall project is part of the emergence of the Paris-Saclay cluster, a Project of National Interest seeking is to create a multidisciplinary space hosting cutting-edge innovation and fundamental research activities. This will involve setting up, on a limited plot of 27,000 sq. m, already occupied by three large buildings belonging to Nano-Innov, a company belonging to the Atomic Energy Commission Group (CEA), and an additional built area of 30,000 sq. m comprising various types of public access buildings. The challenge is to set up an international “Made in France” digital cluster building while achieving the desired site density regardless of existing buildings, and enhancing the cluster's visibility in the heart of the Saclay Campus.