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First, the entire project was conceived in the way of economy and saving materials to optimize ratio between the area and the construction cost (1000€ / m²), but this not at the expense of quality. Indeed owner and architect attach high importance to the notions of architectural quality, spatial, functional, etc.

Thus for example the choice and the development of a lightly wood construction for the whole house allows simultaneously:
– To use an ecological material becoming from the regional production and implemented by a local company;
– To design a simple, flexible, easy and quick structure to implement, and which readily adapts to the same strong sloping ground, reducing the cost of construction;
– Also to design a house with several small, simple volumes that are interrelated, creating sets of views, hierarchize areas (mark the entry, privatize terrace and dining room, open to the view of the living to the valley …) that fit into the ground slope and fit perfectly into the landscape and could in the future be complemented by extra volumes as required by the inhabitant. Similarly other wills and choices were guided by the same simplicity, economy, ecology, flexibility but simultaneously by the desire for beauty, integration, welfare and heat …

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Location: Ragnies, Thuin, Belgium
Architect: m architecture
Date: 2011-2013
Size: 110 sqm
Engineering: MC²
Construction: BBS Entreprise
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