|Date du projet :||30/06/2010|
|Coût :||40 000 € HT|
|Surface :||240 m2 habitable|
|Localisation :||Vallée de Luz-Saint-Sauveur Pyrénées|
Located at 1600 m altitude, the goal was to preserve the architectural character of this barn while turning it into a summer house.
It used to host sheep and cows in this pasture area and had to now host a family and their friends.
The walls were replastered the traditional way with a mixture of sand and lime from the area leaving the stones to be seen.
The added partitioning and floors are made of wood to keep a healthy airflow and give a cosy feel to the house.
The second floor used to be a hayloft. It is kept as one large dormitory.