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Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners
Rainha


Concrete envelops the building, like weathered skin tanned by Portugal’s climate. The skin has wrinkles and flaws that trap the light. This denotes its strength of character. Below the day zone exposed to air and light, lies an underground family room. It acts as a rest-stop before reaching the bedrooms. The sofa invites us to sit […]


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Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners
CAN MANA


Nature lays down the law. Its wonderful setting dominates, walls become plate glass windows. Light guides us. Trees creep through construction. The pool is soon a feature of the countryside. The liquid element connects us with the sea. Beyond, the story of the house ends on an untouchable horizon, like all other stories. Location: Baleares, […]


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Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners
AALON


“Se démondaniser”; “Disconnecting”; a wall cuts the home off from the world outside: the French coast distorted by common town planning. On the other side, the sea. This is our escape. Nature stirs. Wind bends tree trunks. The roof bows before a bustling environment. Location: France Architect: Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners Year of completion: […]


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Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners
GENETS 3


Children store memories of fun times in treasure boxes. Such a place has been reproduced in the form of a house. It provides a place, a box, where family life is played out. But this box opens right out onto the garden, letting imaginations run wild. The outline of the building has been sculpted to […]


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Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners
AIBS House


Just like a path or road which comes to a dead end, the land becomes rippled before turning into a staircase which leads you down to the lower bridge from where you can appreciate the landscape in all its beauty. The living areas are enclosed by a single large window frame. The windows also provide […]


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Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners
INFINITY


The house takes up its position, back facing the other houses, and simply embraces the entire horizon. The architect has limited terrain to work on. The trick however is to release all the emotions of the place: opening or splitting, reflecting infinity. Space and time are two infinite things that pass us by. Architecture, however, […]


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