Located in an area that is still relatively underdeveloped, with residential housing dominating the landscape of Cap d’Agde inFrance, the development focuses on providing a quality experience that relies heavily on creating a sense of place. It does so by introducing a design in line with the Mediterranean quality of openness. It includes a hotel with 54 rooms, two collective buildings with 107 rooms, a village of 42 villas and additional services and ammenities.
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Large openwork walls in white concrete are punctured in a way that makes it look and function as a filter that creates a distance between shared areas like gardens and swimming pool terraces, and more private areas. This also establishes in-between spaces that blur the indoor/outdoor line and creates a sense of visual ambiguity. The facade establishes spatial depth and traps light and shade, creating an enchanting effect.
+ Jacques Ferrier Architecture
Photos by Mathieu Ducros