Located in the center of Nantes on a 326 square meters plot, the HM house is a beautiful consequence of urban regulations.
Due to the presence of remarkable protected cedar trees on the adjacent plot, the house had to be built on a very narrow constructible strip to preserve their roots.
Inside the plot, the glazed facade stretches on more than 25 meters towards the garden that looks like an undergrowth in the shade of the trees. The plan is composed of adjoining rooms.
The house is conceived so it can one day be divided into an office (1st floor), a workshop, a home, and rented separately.
The HM house won the 2016 national prize of wood construction.
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