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Rue Losserand / atelier 100architecture

  • 01:00 - 11 October, 2014
Rue Losserand / atelier 100architecture
Rue Losserand  / atelier 100architecture, © Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

© Brice Desrez © Brice Desrez © Brice Desrez © Brice Desrez + 23

  • Masonry

    Cazy-Guillaume (Tours)
  • Carpenter

    Merlot (Richelieu)
  • Plaster

    Plakisodeco
  • Electrician/heat

    Munch-Polge
  • Ingeneer

    Wood-structure
  • Budget

    100.000 euros
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© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

Text description provided by the architects. This construction has been built in the historic center of Tours. It has three 20m2 levels.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

The whole building has a wooden structure and all pieces are assembeled to avoid using any metallic pieces. All the pieces of wood have been designed by ingeneer in order to get a dry, clean and quick construction.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

The distribution is quite simple and can be red from the outer elevation :

-Ground floor : living room and kitchen

-First floor : main bedroom and bathroom

-Second floor : two little bedrooms.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

Strait stairs do the distribution between the levels All materials have been chosen in order to integrate as much as possible in the old disctrict and the house is very discreet.

© Brice Desrez
© Brice Desrez

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Cite: "Rue Losserand / atelier 100architecture" 11 Oct 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/552688/rue-losserand-atelier-100architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884
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