Each home calls for something irregular relating to a home extension or makeover. Some undergo predominant alterations at the side of a fresh front façade and extensive changes that roughly seize all originality. Others decide for a more subtle and label-efficient rear extension that leaves a historical boulevard façade and much of the customary home untouched. The Neui Condominium Extension designed by Benoit Rotteleur Architecte in the jap suburbs of Paris takes the latter near as this 35-sq. meter home that became once in the initiating in-constructed the 1960’s finds fresh voice and aesthetics thanks to a clear rear extension.
The inner of the customary home became once a itsy-bitsy bit altered to consist of a wood and white color scheme that is the staple of the as a lot as date extension. With a box-styled silhouette that sits on an elevated wood platform, the rear addition feels as a lot as date and beautiful. The necessity of the floating wood deck came from the neighborhood that is continuously at chance of floods and the jetty-cherish effect of the platform ensures that the extension is untouched on moist days. The wood platform also creates a inviting indoor-outside interplay with sliding glass doorways turning the initiating share of it into an extension of the residing voice on gratifying summer season days.
The radical addition contains an birth residing voice, kitchen and dining voice at the side of toilets with the customary home keeping the main bed room, extra bedrooms and toilets. Gentle-stuffed, stress-free and as a lot as date, the addition entirely alters the ambiance of this getting older French home. [Photography: Antoine Séguin]