The implantation of the new Rehazenter was meant to respect the surrounding environment as much as possible.

The outdoors arrangements are a subtle mix of stone, metal, wood, water and plants. These elements recreate a very picturesque scene of architecture amid nature.

Patios allow light to bathe the re-education center. They are made of resting terraces with plants of different species and wooden paths run through them. Armchairs can be found for people to rest in these patios.

Communication between therapy blocks can be made through these wooden terraces. They can also be used for outdoors treatments.

A basketball court coupled with working areas (of different textures) with tables and chairs is another surface of therapy located outside the building.

Finally, a walking re-education and wheelchair handling training course is located in between in and outside under eaves in open air but safe from bad weather.