Integrated in a picturesque setting in Normandy, France, amongst orchards and forests, the minimalist M House by Lode Architecture demonstrates that one hundred sq. meters are greater than sufficient for constructing a cushty crib. The monochrome constructing was constructed utilizing laminated picket panels and slate cladding, which reacts to the altering skies of Normandy.
Once inside, guests will come throughout cozy, but hole volumes and furnishings preparations reflecting practicability greater than anything: “A collection of load-bearing partitions, manufactured from picket panels, carve the area. Openings, minimize of their thickness, create methods, body inside views or invite the close by panorama in. By utilizing the consequences of superimpositions and gaps, these image home windows give a kaleidoscopic imaginative and prescient of the house and its inhabitants“. Durability, aesthetics and integration inside the native panorama have been the primary goals of the architects when constructing the challenge. Photography by Daniel Moulinet