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A dream wooden house open to the outside

A dream wooden house open to the outside

Located in the La Benauge district of Bordeaux, this wooden house on stilts was designed by the architect Ludovic Lachavanne, of the Agence Poly Rythmic Architecture. Built on a plot of 138 m², this house develops around a patio and offers a surprising roof garden with breathtaking views of the city. Winner of the Aquitaine Sustainable Construction Awards in 2013, this house also benefits from the BBC label, or Low Consumption Building. Visiting places.

Living spaces open onto a patio


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture On the first floor, the heart of the house: an open patio! Designed as a real indoor living space, open to the outside, this wooden patio is decorated with large bay windows, ideal for diffusing a beautiful light in all rooms of the house.

A patio open to a kitchen-dining area


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture Around the patio, the heart of the house, a kitchen-dining area has been fitted out. Bathed in light, this place of life plays the card of minimalism, between refined decoration and graphic lines.

A kitchen in a row


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture Across the width of the house, a kitchen in a row has taken place. All dressed in white and ultra functional, because it can be integrated, it is enhanced by a few orange suspensions, which offer a very designer look.

A minimalist dining room


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture A glass table with geometric lines, four wooden chairs in Scandinavian style, no more, no less; this is what the dining area is made of, a bit minimalist.

A living room open to the outside


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture Besides a breathtaking view of the patio, the living room also has a beautiful light, diffused thanks to large bay windows, overlooking the street.

A patio designed as a living space in its own right


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture The heart of the house, the patio overlooks all the rooms of the house: the living room, the dining room, the kitchen, the bedrooms and the bathroom. Imagined as a real living space, this outdoor place allows you to live outside.

A roof garden conducive to relaxation


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture Once the few steps of the wooden staircase of the patio are climbed, an impressive roof garden is offered to you. Between terrace and green spaces, there is only one thing left for you to do, take a seat in one of the Chileans and relax.

A shaded roof garden if necessary


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture In case of capricious weather, large tarpaulins, similar to elegant boat sails can be stretched, allowing you to continue enjoying the outdoor spaces, in complete tranquility.

An aerial house


Richard Noury ​​/ Ludovic Lachavanne / Poly Rythmic Architecture When you look at the facade of this amazingly designed wooden house, it seems to float above a shade garden. And thus escapes the risk of flooding.