Fresh and Creatively Practical: House To Catch The Tree
House To Catch The Tree was designed by studio Berranger & Vincent Architectes and is located in Nantes, France. The residence has a total surface of 1,377 square feet (around 128 square meters) and its structure features three levels. The architecture plans of the building aimed at taking advantage of a beautiful chestnut tree situated nearby: “In the heart of Nantes, the house settles on a narrow and steep site. Its location and its size result from regulatory constraints and topography: an old chestnut listed in classified wooden area, a sharp drop, a maximum height of 6m down the roof and 10m up, two parking lots. The first floor hosts the double height living space, which extends to the garden. Facing the back of the house, the chestnut tree creates a permanent interaction with the inhabitants, plays on the ease of use, light (thermal control over the seasons).” The interiors of this home draw attention due to a complex color palette and overall cheerful interiors. Have a look!