This is a beautiful old small home in Normandy, France that has been completely renewed. I like that the architect, Franklin Azzi, chose to keep the original small footprint relatively intact. There seem to be so many renovations that take an old small home and make it big. It’s nice to one that stayed relatively small.
I first saw this on Moco Loco. You can also visit the Architect’s website.
The Gallic flair really shows in this renovation project, lot’s of lessons for everyone, especially remembering to keep design, materials and purpose in context.
I really think this house is great!!! I am always happy to see restoration and renovation work coupled with expantion. Keep up the good work!!
He increased the original “foot print” by 600% and increased the living space by 200%…that isn’t keeping it anywhere near the “same”.