DATE : 2008
AREA : 25 m²
CLIENT : Private
By adapting to the ground's natural inclination, these South of France wooden homes rise from the surrounding hills. They are a smooth extension of their natural environment, reminding us of the region's piers and pontoons.
Access to the house is made by a vegetal roof. The 20 m2 living space is framed by an exotic wood terrace. The same exotic wood is found on the façade, mixed with glass panels.
The bay-window offers a panoramic view on the underlying valley.
This collection of ten wood houses is conceptualized as an adaptable construction game.
Modules can be added to extend the living surface available. The floors' nature determines the houses' structure.