The Flake House located in Nantes, France, designed by Olgga Architects for “Petites machines à habiter” competition which held by the CAUE 72 in 2006. The house built in 2009 for Le Lieu Unique as the client. It combine between a modern and traditional style. Inside the house, the interior finish is smooth and stripped down, while the exterior looks traditional using stuck log on the walls.

The concept of this house is a nomadic wooden shelter which the structure is broken in two halves establishing a radical spatial boundary while materializing an unexpected entry sequence.

Src: Archdaily

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