Meet L’onde, The Unique and Interesting Cabin in France
It is typical of roofs to be straight or to have a definite shape or structure. However, this cabin in rural Murat, France, defies that. A brainchild of four architects, the roof on this cabin is flexible with a convex on one side and a concave on another. It is made up of a larch module that rises and falls with the wind. The dark color of the roof contrasts well with the wooden exteriors of the cabin.
Inside the cabin, the timber roof is exposed and left untreated. Wirings along the roof are also visible. The interiors of the cabin are minimally designed and are all made up of light-wash wooden panels. It has a quaint kitchen with built-in cabinets as well as lots of space.
‘L’onde‘, which translates to ‘the wave’, has been designed by the French architecture practice to reveal the work of the four craftsmen who built it.
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