GOM House by (ma!ca) Architecture

Jul 26th
A view of the property’s large gray gate from afar. Photo credit: Julien Kerdraon

The villa was constructed within the ’90s. Its flooring plan presents very explicit proportions: a 15 metres lengthy entrance corridor which leads inside the home and a linear perspective view opening as much as the backyard.

The parcel form is a slim rectangle and one facade, which is constructed straight on the very limits of the plot, is blind.The kitchen was very darkish as a consequence of a metal wall which separated the doorway from the backyard, shutting out pure mild. The loos weren’t useful and dim too. The venture purpose was to enhance the getting into of the daylight by emphasizing the angle from the doorway corridor in the direction of the backyard.

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All the home was redesigned: two loos have been created, linked by a translucent window. The kitchen is now an necessary a part of the home, immediately linked to the backyard life. It’s the hyperlink between the indoor and the out of doors house.Wandering round the home has turn out to be actually nice: a inexperienced wallpaper within the lengthy entrance corridor displays the character outdoors on its graphic sample. Linda, Philippe and their three youngsters can now totally benefit from the backyard: which was the primary inspiration and the central a part of the design.

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Photograph credit score: Julien Kerdraon

Designed by: (ma!ca) architecture

(ma!ca) is an architectural agency based mostly in south of France which adapts its methodology to the distinctive necessities of every venture. At all times constructing a robust id. The explorative apply is guided by a dedication to push inventive boundaries and pay meticulous consideration to each element in a delicate method.

The title (ma!ca) is impressed by a plant with therapeutic virtues/as for (ma!ca), structure performs a key position in human well being and has a big impact on bodily and emotional well-being.

The structure “takes care” and improves the well-being via the usage of supplies, colors, mild, highest craftsmanship and, in consequence, made-to-measure areas.

Maya Brudieux has lived in Rotterdam and Saint-Jean du-Gard and Camille Morcrette in Montreal and Marseille. Their work is tinted of modernity and is aiming to discover a subtile stability between radicalness and surrealism.

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