In a residential area of Trelevern in Cotes d'Armor, the Rennes architects Margot Le Duff and Matthew Girard built this house consists of two volumes, one slate, the other wood.
On this project, the architects specify:
"A healthy house, volume, space, light, three bedrooms and a potential for future development ..." such is the request of Claire and Gurvan. Their project is part of a new subdivision of "traditional" pavilions. The project is inspired by traditional architecture, the icon of the house, but the double: each "house" will host a function: day and night. The slate part, 50 cm higher, houses the bedrooms, the wooden part, the main living space: between the two, a small roof terrace volume creates the link between the two houses. A "platform" storage landing connects the day space to the night space. The construction is in wood frame, and heated by a simple wood stove. "
To know more, visit the blog of Margot The agency Duff and Matthew Girard.