House In Sèvres | Colboc Franzen & Associés  

Architects: Colboc Franzen & associés
Location: Sèvres, France
Client: Private
Associates : Benjamin Colbos, Manuela Franzen, Arnaud Sachet
Project manager : Arnaud Sachet
Project team: Florianne Bataillard, Benjamin Colboc, Manuela Franzen, Nadège Lachassagne, Anne Merlio
Project Year: 2008
Project Area: 879 sqm
Photographs: Cécile Septet

The house consists of three separate sets: the amenities (lobby, office, laundry room, basement, garage), parts of collective life (living room, dining room, kitchen, which shall secure the room with parents want to close), and finally children’s bedrooms, arranged around a multipurpose space. The methods and time of occupation are distinct, the different expectations: for the first feature, group life and reception for the second, privacy for the third. Furthermore, this fragmentation comes into resonance with the context: it is more than one house but three volumes, like the heterogeneous neighbouring buildings. Due of a small terrain, they are superimposed.


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