Maison D by Emmanuelle Weiss
by Ted Savage / January 23, 2013
A cleanly angular extension of an existing old brick home in Lille, France, Maison D by Emmanuelle Weiss harmonizes with the original lines, while dark brick adds a modern complement to the red brickwork of the original house.


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External linkage is minimal, with the connection made internally. Inside, two levels provide a living quarters that free up main house to children and home-office. Natural light, direct and reflected, fills the structure. Ceiling-to-floor glazing in the rear opens onto a yard doubled in size. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Julien Lanoo.

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