Contemporary house

Pascal Mignon architect
Sologne (41)


172 sqm
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom, 1 shower room
4100 sqm plot with swimming pool


This contemporary country house was designed by architect Pascal Mignon in 2006. It is a remarkable example of the renaissance of wood in home architecture, a material used for its constructive, environmental and aesthetic qualities.

Surrounded by 4100 m² of land, this single-storey house with swimming pool offers 172 m² of living space. It comprises an entrance hall, a hall, a large 65 m² living room with fireplace opening onto two terraces, a fitted and equipped kitchen with a central island, a scullery, two bedrooms with dressing rooms, a bathroom, a shower room and a 31 m² study in which two bedrooms could be imagined.

The house is located in a pretty Sologne village, 30 km south of Orléans and 170 km from Paris.

A bright, contemporary design

With direct access to the terrace and pool, the living area is open on all sides thanks to large bay windows that let in plenty of light and allow you to enjoy the garden.

In this home, the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces are blurred to create a pleasant, fluid living environment that’s totally open to nature.

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Pascal Mignon


Sologne (41)