The idea was to join an artist studio and a living space.
On the ground floor, a strip of functional spaces ensures the link between the two entities. The same idea is applied to the second floor where the two rooms are separated by an office space and a bathroom. The rest of this floor is open to benefit of a double height in the main spaces of the ground floor. Outside, a concrete base supports a wooden strip with a masonry insertion on the facade. With it’s various angles of inclination the steel roof makes the building dynamic.
Inside, a limited choice of rough materials creates a warm and enjoyable atmosphere.
SIngle family house