Conversion of an Old Farmhouse into a Summer Home

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer home - by French studio Septembre Architecture (1)

Summer Home Sereine is a conservation and renewal project developed by French studio Septembre Architecture. Founded in 2010 in Paris, Septembre is a collective of architects from different backgrounds with complementary skills in architecture, urban planning, urban programming and interior design.

From the architect: The project consist of keeping as much as possible of the old structure while adapting it to a new use. Discrete interventions on the internal fittings and use of rugged materials with natural appearance allows for a gentle preservation of the initial appearance of the building. Photos : Linus Ricard

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer home - by French studio Septembre Architecture (2)

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer home - by French studio Septembre Architecture (4)

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer home - by French studio Septembre Architecture (3)

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer house - by French studio Septembre Architecture (5)

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer house - by French studio Septembre Architecture (6)

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer house - by French studio Septembre Architecture (8)

Conversion of an old farmhouse into a summer house - by French studio Septembre Architecture (7)

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