Singular Residence Located in Ensuès-la-Redonne, France
By Magaly • Aug 25, 2017
This unique residence, located in Ensuès-la-Redonne, France, is made up of 205 square meters. It was designed in 2016 by the architectural firm Bonte & Migozzi Architectes. Facing north, with a triangular shape, the home is located at the top of the mountain and surrounded by lush vegetation. This provides some privacy to its spaces and freshness, and allowing us to further enjoy its wonderful views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Its design did not trivialize nor ignore the abrupt slopes of its surroundings. In order to preserve the natural terrain over which they were working on, the architects decided to design a multi-level home. Thanks to this, the terrain did not suffer the consequences of a more invasive architectural design.
The cut trees have been replaced by new varieties that have been planted (figs, eucalyptus, viburnum, opuntia, phormium, among other species) to keep the flora intact and make it a vital component of the home.
The house has two levels. On the garden level, we’ll find a bathroom and two rooms. In the other level, we can find social spaces, such as the kitchen and living room.
Wooden deck in slats allow both air and natural daylight to pass through.
In the evenings, the views could not be more spectacular.
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