There is no doubt that this home is one of a kind. This home pieces together multi dimensional structures in such a unique array. Organically assembled, “Maison L” was built to acclimate with its surroundings. Created by Christian Pottgiesser and Pascale Thomas Pottgiesser, Maison L is a five three-storey towered residential extension to the eighteenth century castle in Yvelines, France.
The modern version of castle pillars, the five towers protect and enclose the family’s living space below. Made out of clad white cement and framed pine boards, the towers bring a crisp contrast to the old-fashioned dry stone wall of the wrap around ground floor.
This family house of six is built on a slight hill that tilts north. With the combination of geometric shapes and a bamboo shoot garden, this space is its own world for the residents of Maison L.