Direction Veules-les-Roses (76), in Normandy, to put down your suitcases in a charming residence facing the sea. With an area of ​​45 square meters, the small cabin, designed by TAM Architecte, blends into the landscape.

TAM Architect erects a small cabin, anchored in the cliff, where old materials reign supreme. Slate floor, flint load-bearing walls, stone facades ... Everything here is designed so that the inhabitants can enjoy nature and live at the rhythm of the tides.

The house has three raised rooms, largely glazed, which offer owners a breathtaking view of the sea. It presents itself as a confidential weather-resistant shelter, where one is happy to take refuge, as the storm rises .

Another asset? The terrace in front of the patio, allowing you to contemplate the impressive panorama unfolding before the eyes of the owners. 

Something to seduce lovers of the coast.

Project title : Silex shelter
Location: Veules-les-Roses (76)
Owner: Private order
Mastery of work : TAM Architect
Surface area: NC
Cost of works: 250 000 € HT
Calendar : 2019 delivery

For more information, visit the website TAM Architect

Photographs: DR

Léa Pagnier

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