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  7. Wooden frame house / a + samuel delmas

Wooden frame house / a + samuel delmas

  • 01:00 - 13 February, 2014
Wooden frame house / a + samuel delmas
Wooden frame house / a + samuel delmas , Courtesy of a+samueldelmas
Courtesy of a+samueldelmas

Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet + 16

  • Architects

    a + samuel delmas
  • Location

    Sèvres, France
  • Budget

    320 000 EUR
  • Area

    180.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2010
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Text description provided by the architects. The project is implanted in a residential area , at the bottom of a steep terrain . The land includes a small building with ground floor, the vegetation around was preserved.

Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet
Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet

The house takes advantage of the sloping field, this enhances the visual impact of the landscape

Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet
Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet

The house closes in the street side: on the ground floor, which hosts local schedules behind a facade in glass appearance. The wooden floor frame wears a filter perforated in wood (untreated) passing in front of the woodwork.

Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet
Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet

The rooms of the house are through, opening on the south at the top of the ground. A game of transparency between spaces gives the feeling of a continuity space despite the fragmentation of volumes.

Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet
Courtesy of Frédéric Gémonet

The roof becomes a playground for children.


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Cite: "Wooden frame house / a + samuel delmas " 13 Feb 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/476104/wooden-frame-house-a-samuel-delmas/> ISSN 0719-8884