At the head of a vast domain dedicated to top of the range seminars, located in the great outdoors, one hour drive from Paris, the Moulin de la Forge wanted to offer a surprising experience to its customers with a meeting room built on stilts, over water. Designed by architect Bernard Desmoulin who has numerous references within remarkable sites, the conference room is more a line on a stretch of water than an architectural structure.
This little wooden building is seemingly more a line on a stretch of water than an architectural structure. Located on a lake, in the french region of the Vexin, this conference room becomes part of the majesty of this place of peace, harmony and calmness. Its shape reminds of timeless vernacular architecture, using the familiar language of a fisherman's house on slits. Just like the choice of the materials. Inside, the large windows offer an inspiring panorama, inviting to contemplate the grace of the landscape with its huge poplar trees and all the colors reflecting on the lake's surface. This humble conference room stands back and by doing so is paying tribute to the beauty surrounding it, beauty that it has become a part of.