Le Duff and Girard created this 3-bedroom house with plenty of space, volume and light. The project is located in a new traditional housing area, where the architects found their inspiration in the surrounding traditional architecture — the house “icon” — but then they doubled it.
Each house serves one purpose: day or night. The slated house, the one that is 2 feet higher than the other houses the bedrooms whereas the wooden one is the main living space. Nestled between the two houses, a small unit with a flat roof links the spaces together.
Architects: MNM Architects
Location: Trelevern, France
Area: 1345 sqft
Materials: Wood, aluminum, glass
Photos: MNM Architects