Vincent Eschalier imagined a house on the dune at Cap d’Agde. The building, designed on one level, offers punctually generous mezzanines inside. outside, it extends on its own roof by a Mediterranean staircase.
Between wood and white plaster are interpreted here the codes of the architecture of the littoral of the north of the Mediterranean basin, while proposing a resolutely contemporary architecture.
The house is designed in several cubic volumes arranged to extend the living space outside. Each room has access to the garden or patio.
Cap d’Agde (34)