The Villa Chiberta by Atelier Delphine Carrere finds its place in a big forest of pines near the beach. These great trees draw a vertical line which mirrors that of the wooden cladding of the house. From the road, the view of the architecture is very different from the feeling on property – the house isn’t very open in an effort to preserve the occupant’s privacy, leaving only very specific views of the landscape. From the swimming pool, large openings offer a great inside-outside connection. The living room, as a cabin, overhangs the swimming area and faces the wooded surroundings. The night space is situated on the garden level, with large sliding wooden panels, and the master bedroom is located in the highest point of the house offering a 360-degree view.
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