Spanning three years, the owners called upon architect Agathe Lavaud of Volta Architecture to completely transform a former exhibition pavilion in Chantilly, in Picardy into a comfortable and convival home. The renovations began from the garden to create a link between the interior and exterior spaces. The kitchen, dining room, living room and reading room follow one after another, creating continuity and intimacy. In the main living area, Lavaud decompartmentalised the space by installing sliding atelier doors. Designed with a common palette of muted colours, each bedroom has its own private bathroom featuring noble materials such as Hainaut blue stone, marquina marble and Carrara marble.
Surface area: 45m²