The skyscraper is set to gain a rooftop conservatory and plants covering the facade, with work due to complete in time for the city's 2024 Olympic Games.
Architects Populous and engineers Egis also outlined their Olympics masterplan for the French capital, which will see 38 venues dotted around the city. Famous landmarks will be used as a backdrop for the games, with a beach volleyball court set to be installed beside the Eiffel Tower.
The masterplan for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will make use of a number of existing buildings in the city, and see temporary venues installed in front of some of the capital's most famous attractions. The Eiffel Tower, Champs-Élysées and the River Seine will all become backdrops for events.
"One of the biggest challenges was to transform illustrious Parisian monuments into sports venues, adapting them to the requirements of the Olympic and Paralympic Games," said Egis project director Diogo Taddei.
"Our mission was to understand how each sport and discipline could best function in existing venues, new buildings when required as legacy and temporary modular sites, identifying the best option in each case."
"Transforming some of the world's most beautiful and historic sites into temporary stunning stages for sport will provide unforgettable images around the globe," added Populous' senior principal Ben Vickery.
Sports stadium-specialists Populous teamed up with Paris-based engineering group Egis and consulting agency ISC for the bid back in 2016. Their plans were approved by the International Olympic Committee last Wednesday, when Paris was named the host city for the 2024 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles' bid was pushed to 2028.