Bioclimatic 'Longère' House

Bioclimatic 'Longère' House

Architecte
J Guillo Architecte

Dorothée Martin
Lieu
Brittany, France | View Map
Année du projet
2017
Catégorie
Maisons privées
J Guillo Architecte
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ÉlémentMarqueProduct Name
ManufacturerReynaers Aluminium
natural stone slate claddingCupa Pizarras
ManufacturerCUPA STONE
ManufacturerMitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US
ManufacturerRüegg Cheminée Schweiz AG

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Bioclimatic 'Longère' House in Britanny

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Located in Crach, in the French region of Britanny, this modern project was designed for being the habitual residence of a couple and hosting guests. It stands out for its location and the comfort provided during all the year, especially due to the spacious winter garden, that plays the role of a natural and free thermal buffer.

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J Guillo Architecte

To integrate the project into the natural environment, a heritage area, where Britanny traditional buildings predominate, natural slate was chosen and used as a « leaf », folded around the house. It offers a good protection from the local oceanic climate, combinated to a good insulation that ensures its energy optimization all the year.

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J Guillo Architecte

The house, with a rectangular and elongated floor plan, allows the owners to enjoy the sun and natural light to the fullest. In this building scheme, construction costs were optimized focusing towards a direct connection to the winter garden, extremely versatile and pleasant at any time of year, as well as using qualitative and sustainable materials.

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J Guillo Architecte
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J Guillo Architecte

Josselin Guillo, project architect who worked in combination with Dorothée Martin, co-designer claimed: « We were inspired by the single-family houses typical of Brittany. However, the materials of these ancient buildings have been reinterpreted creating a thermally efficient contemporary architecture, looking for sobriety and finesse.

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J Guillo Architecte
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J Guillo Architecte
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