The two buildings composing Lausanne 64 were designed by Swiss architect Jean-Marc Lamunière and built in 1964. They were used by the bookbinding companies Mayer & Soutter and the Imprimeries Réunies de Lausanne (IRL).
A private railroad track was part of the site.
In 2020, one of the buildings was renovated by local architecture practice Project-co Architectes. The top floor of the building is now used by Procimmo.
The industrial heritage of the building can still be seen in the staircases.