Normandy, France, is known for the coastal vibes and beautiful greenery. This particular space almost detracts from the beauty of the surrounding nature with its dark and boxy appeal. Architects Beckmann N’Thépé created the home as a vacation spot for a family that functions just like a regular dwelling.
The exterior facade is simple and clean, with a boxy shape and dark appearance. Wood siding runs laterally for a continuous and inconspicuous striping around the building. Overall, it is a simple and geometric space with large windows and charismatic interior appeal. A vibrant red staircase with interesting railing as well as a small wood burning stove keep the simplicity and appeal of the home as a secondary, inconspicuous spot.