A Tiny Stone Cottage Brought Back To Life In Normandy | Amazing Small House Design





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Published on Sep 13, 2017

This small vacation house overlooks the seaside town of Yport in Normandy. It was created from the remnants of an old stone and brick hunting cabin. The walls of the old structure were restored but everything else is new. Franklin Azzi Architecture designed the restoration, adding space to the small cottage with a wood-clad addition at the rear. The light wood tones of the addition match the colors of the stone and mortar, nicely blending the new with the old.
With only 18 m2 (194 ft2) on the ground floor of the old cottage, the 13 m2 (140 ft2) addition provides the needed space for a full kitchen. That left the original cottage to be used for a combined living and dining room.

Images courtesy of Franklin Azzi Architecture.

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