In Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Lafourcade Architecture transforms a 1970s house
The site, with its old stone quarries and superb view over the limestone barrier of the Alpilles, captured the interest of Lafourcade Architecture, which set about radically remodelling an undistinguished building.
With a seamless boundary between the house and its Mediterranean gardens set in the Alpilles landscape, outdoor living is a tempting option in every season.
The simplicity, discretion and authenticity of this typically Provençal architecture work in harmony with nature. To the east, the state-of-the-art kitchen extends onto a terrace, which opens in turn onto a landscape of steep hills covered in fragrant pines and dotted with low stone walls. Inside the house, the sense of space and the abundance of light promote a sense of well-being.