"Une maison Jumatt" is a prefabricated dwelling from the seventies. The client asked us to add a kitchen and a swimming pool to this type of building. Instead of opting for a contemporary architectural language often typical for this kind of extensions, we made an extension of the existing architecture.
By mirroring the original volume we obtained a coherent vocabulary, as if the extension had always been a part of the original dwelling. At the backside of the house, the facade and the swimming pool collide. The water becomes a curtain wall, and the edge of the pool extends itself on the facade.