This home built in 2015 in the Zola area in Nantes is emblematic of the style of the architect Christophe Lab and his team of “L’Atelier Lab “.
Completely covered with a gold metallic cladding, it forms a delicately cube on four stilts, combining elegance and technical prowess.
The house is structured on five levels. The first life is a sum literally in the house. It consists of an immaculate through-room, illuminated by a large window facing south, and a kitchen to imagine. A row of diodes is hiden behind the structural steel beams, providing absolutely superb indirect lighting.
The upper level has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a bathroom, to finalized.
Up a few steps, a green roof terrace offers a panoramic view of Nantes, the Loire and the Zola area.
This house is placed on a module life, now independent but that can be integrated with the upper three levels to form a larger whole.
This space consists of a round-shaped room where the apparent structural pillars give an undeniable charm to the place. A small bathroom complete this level.
A beautiful metal staircase leads to the lower level consists of a large room with calmer atmosphere, naturally lit by two skylights and where the polished concrete mixes with raw structures.
This space offers many design options for an individual (independent studio or extra bedroom …) or professional (medical office, architecture, etc …).
So this is a truly unique place, a bold architectural work but still leaves its future owners the ability to imagine a functional layout and very pleasant to live with.
Laundry. Carport. gas heating & solar.
new housing. Reduced notary fees.
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80