Saint-Sauveur House / Hors-Champs

first_img “COPY” Architects: Hors-Champs Area Area of this architecture project CopySave this picture!© Cyrille LallementRecommended ProductsLouvers / ShuttersRabel Aluminium SystemsElectric Folding Shading System – Rabel 14000Enclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. The house is situated in a vast field and the clients requested it be largely open to the surroundings. Therefore large French windows are found in every room and a 200 m² terrace extends every side of the house. The surrounding field is a former meadow in the village of Saint-Sauveur, in the Dordogne departement. Special care was taken with the building volume and the shape of the roof, in order to better blend in with the regional heritage. The geometry of Périgord roofs with four sideshas been recreated in a new way. Accordingly, the deep roof overhangsprotect from the sun and the harsh rain. The skin of the building is made of dark grey metal cladding, which is a reminder of local tobacco dryer architecture, which are long, narrow buildings and their wood skin is covered with motor oil.Save this picture!© Cyrille LallementBudget optimizationAesthetic choices were balanced with the limited budget: few materials and a short building time. The building is built on one floor, with a semi-deep foundation on clay soil. The building is compact: 25 meters long and 5 meters wide. The interior is separated into three sequences based on a regular grid. The facades are symmetrical. The concrete floor finish is the same outside and inside, creating continuity between both areas. The furniture is made from two-layered birch wood and white painted OSB. For the outside skin, the chosen material was to be durable, standardized and prefabricated allowing the house to be built in less than a month. Ten days were necessary to raise the isolated mono-bricks walls, then a week for the isolated metal framing and finally a week for the skin. Save this picture!© Cyrille LallementSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Cyrille LallementTechnical elements made invisibleA special attention to details, especially concerning technical elements, is fundamental to a minimalist approach. Therefore gutters, rain water downspouts and manholes were unobtrusively integrated. A crawl space was made possible thanks to ventilated cladding. A sump was hidden in the garden, to collect rain water. The roof is extended in order to shelter the car and create a porch. Being part of the entrance, parking is integrated in the whole design. The scale and careful details of the house reveal its typology, and make the whole project more refined. As an example, a slight roof overhang is chosen instead of a perimeter detail. A simple bracket replaces industrial angle connectors. The cut-out sheet metal was used in order to hide the window joinery. The cladding edge is sharp so the iron is bent where the cladding stops. As a result, the façade appears continuous and light, enhancing the wave of the iron.Save this picture!© Cyrille LallementSave this picture!SectionBlack is colorThe surrounding landscape is enhanced by the dark metal. The dark shade seems severe but is actually subtle. Texture variations make it ornamental. The metal sheets reflects the sky and the iron waves looks tinted with gold at the beginning and the end of the day. The roof is perforated to filter the sun light. It generates shadows distinctive to the seasons. Outside, precious dark harmony contrasts with the lightness inside. The most used rooms face the garden. The roof bend is softer on the south side. The tall bay windows frame the landscape and asymmetrical casements create sophistication. In the north end, a technical buffer space, including the lengthwise corridor like space, allows thermic optimization. Save this picture!© Cyrille LallementProject gallerySee allShow lessAD Classics: Kings Road House / Rudolf SchindlerArchitecture ClassicsSky Walk / Franek ArchitectsSelected Projects Share ArchDaily Saint-Sauveur House / Hors-ChampsSave this projectSaveSaint-Sauveur House / Hors-ChampsSave this picture!© Cyrille LallementHouses•Saint-Sauveur, France “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Projects Houses 2015 Area:  135 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  Saint-Sauveur House / Hors-Champs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs:  Cyrille Lallement Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project France CopyAbout this officeHors-Champs OfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSaint-SauveurFrancePublished on March 16, 2016Cite: “Saint-Sauveur House / Hors-Champs ” 16 Mar 2016. 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Wimbledon 2019: Rafael Nadal faces possible Roger Federer semifinal in difficult draw

first_imgNadal will start his tournament against qualifier Yuichi Sugita and could face another tricky test against Nick Kyrgios providing either avoids a first-round upset. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer could meet in the semifinals at Wimbledon after being placed in the same half of the draw.Federer was controversially seeded second ahead of Nadal, the 2019 French Open champion, despite the Spaniard being ranked second in the world ahead of the 20-time Grand Slam winner.  And with top-seeded Novak Djokovic in the same half of the draw as fourth seed Kevin Anderson — the man Djokovic beat in last year’s final — a blockbuster last-four clash between Nadal and Federer will be in the offing if both progress to the semis.For Nadal that is likely to be an especially challenging task. He faces a potential fourth-round meeting with 2017 finalist and 2014 U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic before a possible quarterfinal with Dominic Thiem, who pushed him to four sets in the Roland Garros showpiece. Related News American Coco Gauff, 15, makes Wimbledon history by earning main-draw spotcenter_img Wimbledon 2019: Roger Federer seeded over Rafael Nadal in controversial move A potential second round encounter…Nick Kyrgios vs Rafael Nadal#Wimbledon— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) June 28, 2019Federer, meanwhile, starts his quest for a ninth singles triumph at the All England Club against South Africa’s Lloyd Harris.World No. 1 Djokovic opens his defense against veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber, as he did in 2015 when the Serbian lifted the trophy.Djokovic may have to deal with the significant challenge of Stefanos Tsitsipas in the last eight, but of the big three it is Nadal who has the most difficult obstacles blocking his path to the final.last_img read more