The name and the reference to the famous Cabanon by Le Corbusier in Cap Martin are obvious and intentional.

The structure, overlooking the sea, upgrades an existing shed in the Mediterranean brushwood.

On the laminated wood structture, sandwich panels are fixed for both roofing and façades, which are covered with wooden slats.

The sliding glass walls make the building permeable and porous, totally empathetic with nature, removing all boundaries between inside and outside.

The structure is completely dry, removable and re-placeable.




ACTIVITY: Architectural design