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This Project is located in Argonay; Small Town in France. The town of this project is located meters above sea level. It is a valley irrigated by the sea view and surrounded by hills. The project is developed just at the top of one of these hills and offers us spectacular views towards the valley and the Annecy Lake.
Project name
Cliff House (Gonnachon Project)
Architecture firm
580 RIVE-EST
Location
Lac d'Annecy, Argonay, France
Tools used
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Lumion
In this house, the living space unveils through views that change with the winds and tides, like a living and breathing postcard. The project emerges through these captured moments, where each new architectural fragment prints and dances in its context.
Project name
A House with a View
Architecture firm
Martins | Afonso atelier de design
Location
Sainte-Marie-de-Ré, France
Photography
Mickaël Martins Afonso
This french rustic stone house furnished without excess reveals the beauty of raw materials. In the heart of downtown Bordeaux, France, ‘Sacre Coeur, stone house’ by Theo Coutanceau Domini, takes shape as a restructured and redone ruin in which the main living space combines all the functions.
Project name
Sacré Coeur Stone House
Architecture firm
Theo C. DOMINI
Location
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Photography
Theo C. DOMINI
Located in La Punta Zicatela, at the southernmost point of Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Casa TO is a boutique hotel that crystalizes a genuine experience of contemplative hospitality with a vision of environmental consciousness and social responsibility.
Photographer
Levi Wells
Project name
Casa TO
Architecture firm
Ludwig Godefroy
This residential project, located on the outskirts of Paris, emerges as a single, sober volume with simple shapes that oscillates between massiveness and transparency due to the alternation between concrete and glass.
Project name
Le Copenhagen
Architecture firm
Christophe Rousselle Architecte
Location
Boulevard Rouget de Lisle, Montreuil, France
Photography
Takuji Shimmura
For its 2020 edition, the “Hut Festival / Le Festival des cabanes”, an international architectural competition, awarded a prize to the“Exercice” collective. The festival aims at the construction of twelve ephemeral wooden structures in the Lake Annecy region (Savoy, France), selected upon the dialog and relation they create with both their surround...
Project name
La Charbonnière
Architecture firm
Collectif Exercice
Location
Chevaline, Haute Savoie, France
Photography
David Foessel, Yannick Perrin, Collectif Exercice