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ar-ter | Transformation of a stable in Choully

Architecture ar-ter | Transformation of a stable in Choully

ar-ter | Transformation of a stable in ChoullySituated on the crest of the hillside of Choully, the domain, built between 1700 and 1715, consists of various bodies of buildings : barn, stable, press, house and place setting, organized around a courtyard of coal nuts.

ar-ter | Transformation of a stable in Choully

© Olivier Zimmermann

ar-ter | Transformation of a stable in Choully

© Olivier Zimmermann

ar-ter | Transformation of a stable in Choully

© Olivier Zimmermann

The rehabilitation is characterized by the respect for the typology of origin, its development and the insertion of a program of housing inside the rural building. The realization of the project implements the materials of origin on the preserved parts and the contemporary materials on the added constructive elements, as the internal arrangements and the construction of the place setting.

Location: Choully, Geneva, Switzerland
Architect: ar-ter
Photographer: Olivier Zimmermann  
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