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With their aim of constructing a personal residence with clear strains and ease, the Villa C represents minimalism in a lush inexperienced setting. Designed by Studio Guilhem & Guilhem, the house is situated in Cannes-La Californie, France and is filled with linear geometries.
Constructed with concrete, stone, wooden, and glass that work seamlessly collectively, the fashionable dwelling boasts a pool and a glass-enclosed, inside patio.
The second flooring balcony is surrounded with glass as to not block the view or take away from the look of the outside.
The partitions of home windows disappear making the area utterly open to the outside patios.
They even constructed just a little piece of paradise proper within the middle of the home. The double-peak glass column encloses a cubic patio, bringing a bit of outdoor inside.
The column is open by way of to the roof bringing pure mild to each flooring.
Every room was constructed such that the quantity of pure mild can be the identical all through the home giving move to the residence.
I really like the pivoting entrance door.
Pictures by Olivier Amsellem.