Lafourcade Architecture converts a vegetable warehouse into a modern loft. French architect Alexandre Lafourcade kept the shell of the building, decorating it with wide bands of grey and white. The space is marked out by a sculptural wall made from blocks of stone from Les Baux-de-Provence.
The gardens were designed and created on the site of the former parking area where lorries were once unloaded! Dominique Lafourcade has created an intimate Mediterranean atmosphere in the terrace area, making it a typically Provençal living space. An ultra-modern canopy connects the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Large windows look out on the garage with its collection of vintage cars.
The farthest point of the enormous living-room offers dramatic views over the swimming-pool. A circular sculpture in ochre-coloured metal stands out against the horizon.
This elegant and welcoming contemporary loft has five bedrooms, each decorated in an individual style inspired by travels in different countries. The unusual wardrobe with its black stripes accentuates the dynamic contemporary spirit of the place.