Interesting Individual House in France by Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion Architects

Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion Architects completed the Individual House in 2013 located in Montferrier-sur-Lez, France. Description by Elodie Nourrigat & Jacques Brion Architects: Situated in a pine forest on a plot with a steep, the first job was the creation of an enabling environment for the establishment of a home. The slope is both the first constraint and the major asset of the place to embrace an open landscape […]


French Holiday Home with a Huge Window by RAUM

Creative multidisciplinary firm RAUM designed this relaxing holiday home located in Sarzeau along the north coast of the Rhuys Peninsula. The most distinguishing feature of which would have to be its huge window in the main bedroom that provides the residents with a close contact with nature. Its ground floor is composed of a free space undivided by walls while the bedrooms are in form of wooden boxes on wheels […]


Relaxing Holiday Home Converted from an Old Farmhouse in France by Septembre

Paris-based architects Septembre converted a 19th-century farmhouse in Loire Valley, France for a couple and their two children as a getaway from Paris and London, where they own art galleries. Description by Septembre: Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer home. The project consist of keeping as much as possible of the old structure while adapting it to a new use. Discrete interventions on the internal fittings and use […]


Awesome Transformation of a Former Garage into a Modern Loft in France by Teresa Sapey

Italian designer/architect Teresa Sapey made an awesome renovation of a former garage into a modern loft located in the industrial portion of Bordeaux, France. [via home-designing]


Modern Alon House in France by Atelier d'Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners

Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners designed the Alon House in France that overlooks the French coast. The concrete and glass residence also features a main level wood ceiling. Photos by Jean-Luc Laloux via trendir


Homey Sereine Residence in France by Septembre

Paris-based studio Septembre beautifully transformed an old farmhouse in France into an absolutely cozy summer home. According to the team: “The project consists of keeping as much as possible of the old structure while adapting it to a new use. Discrete interventions on the internal fittings and use of rugged materials with natural appearance allows for a gentle preservation of the initial appearance of the building.” Photos by Linus Ricard via […]


Humorous Phrases in Paris’ Public Places That Seemingly Talk to Passersby

French designer Benjamin Isidore Juveneton has come up with an interesting project that is part of an urban exhibition titled ‘Enchanté’. The artist has put up witty phrases in the public places of Paris that appear to be talking to passersby and voicing out their thoughts and opinions. Photos by Antoine KIENLEN via designtaxi


Striking Red Interiors of the Opera Garnier Restaurant in Paris by Studio Decq

Valentines’ day may be over but hey.. today is still February and that means that the L-O-V-E month is definitely far from being over. With  less than a week before March comes in, you may want to check out this cool restaurant in the romantic city of Paris that will make you fall in love all over again with its passionate red interiors. Description by Studio Decq: Like a phantom, […]


Dare To ‘Step Into The Void’ Over the French Alps This 2014

If you are up for a real challenge this 2014, you might want to visit the 11,526 feet high Aiguille du Midi, or Needle of the South over the French Alps. For thirty years, the place has been the home to the highest vertical ascent cable car. Its latest highlight is the glass box installation called ‘Step Into The Void’. The box is composed of five panes of very resilient […]


Striking Mulhouse Culture Center in France by Paul le Quernec

French architect Paul le Quernec has designed the new Mulhouse Cultural Center located in the border of France between Germany and Switzerland. Aside from its eye-catching triangular shape, the cultural center also features a striking and vibrantly magenta-colored access point. The structure houses a community hall, a small changing room, a teaching kitchen, desk and box office. Description by Paul le Quernec: This new socio-cultural centre is part of a […]