Published: Friday, April 20, 2007
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The wooden partition segregates the parents' bedroom from the common living spaces.
The project entailed the adaptive reuse of a small house, originally used to store garden tools and barbecue, located in Creteil- a small suburb of Paris. The existing structure included a single volume orientated towards the back of the property and opening into a nice garden.
The living-dining room is articulated around an open kitchen and a suspended chimney.
The client required the house to be made independent and habitable for a single family. The design approach adopted by the architects stressed on minimal structural intervention in the process of recycling the space.
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