Its inspiration : its context , the oyster village of Le Canon
The house as a village consists in three volumes.
Glass links offer garden views and provide the project living subspaces that allow the family to live in harmony.
Outside spaces stand at the heart of the project, face the East, the sunrise and the bay.
Subspaces thanks to their large window facing the garden offer light all day long.
The southern volume offers protection from the street as much as its low height let the sun floods those spaces.
The northern volume, higher, protects from prevailing winds.
Mineral terraces meddle with dune plants and border the pool as an oyster bank.
Inside, the crossing circulation allow to embrase the house's space, while offering subspaces where each one can find a privileged spot.