Built for a photographer for both work and leisure, the Loctudy House combines a summer retreat and a studio in one sleek package. The home is made up of two structures — one housing the main living area and one used solely as a studio. Bedrooms are lofted above the ground to maximize space for communal areas. The smooth, monochromatic form is broken up by a series of seemingly sporadic, yet thoughtfully placed windows, allowing for light to flow in throughout the entire day while also allowing for views of the surrounding farmland.
Photos: Olivier-Martin Gambier / Studio Razavi Architecture