A recomposed landscape, such is the title given by the magazine “Architecture Bois” to introduce in its special number 28 the last creation of Rusticasa in Gagny, in the 93 department. The architect Jérôme Jacqmin honours us with a show and tell throughout seven richly illustrated pages, about the peculiarities of this project, which he took special care to integrate into the surrounding landscape. We can read «The entwined agglomerate of blocks covered with horizontal sheathing of French larch wood… comes together to complete the sculptural and minimalist effect of the whole», but the main brilliance of this project lies undoubtedly in the intelligent solutions that were adopted to insert the House in a particularly narrow terrain, only 10 meters wide. The EC-Bois website reproduces an overview of this building you will find here, but you can also read the original article via this link: Architecture-Bois – Un paysage recomposé, or by clicking on the following images.
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