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Maison P+C / atelier alassoeur architecture

  • 00:00 - 30 November, 2011
Maison P+C / atelier alassoeur architecture
Maison P+C / atelier alassoeur architecture, © Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

© Brice Desrez © Brice Desrez © Brice Desrez © Brice Desrez + 32

  • Architects

    atelier alassoeur architecture(s) / Emmanuel Alassoeur
  • Location

    Indre, France
  • Category

  • Mechanical Consultant

    BETh Taupin
  • Client

  • Electrical Consultant

    Etelec Potron
  • Area

    326.0 m2
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. This project is located within a traditional residential area. It has a contemporary flair combined with the objectives of sustainable development. The building is set away from the public area, on the edge of the construction zone to allow a large view to the south.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

At some distance from the public area, the building branches out on the land and the various units capture the different lights of the day. These volumes also provide various open spaces adapted to the seasonal changes. The whole structure provides a single inner space open in all directions. It creates a shelter and the boundaries with the outside become blurred.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

The maconery base supports a wooden box covered with red cedar. This monolithic volume overhangs to provide a terrace and a sun shade.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

Elsewhere, galvanized steel accessories enliven the facades and protect from the sun. The flat terraced roofs accentuate the volumes and will soon be planted with vegetation. The whole house is controlled by home automation.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

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Cite: "Maison P+C / atelier alassoeur architecture" 30 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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