The holiday home integrates into an authentic centenary building, a former barn.
It has been renovated with the support of the General Council of the county of Isère (France) and of numerous donors, with the help of Dartagnans and the national association protecting French farmer architecture, Maisons Paysannes de France.
The building associates stone and local wood.
It harbours authentic vernacular elements,
notably a stone „calade“ in the stalls.
The holiday home has been shaped by the signature of our local craftsmen specialised in woodwork and carpentry (Nico, Sylvain), lime coating and authentic tadelakt (Mustafa: Déco Prestiqe), renewable energy (Markus), plumbing
(Alexis), electricity (Bébert), sanitation (David), ventilation (Sébastien), marble mason (Thierry).
Without forgetting our main suppliers: the sawmill Sourd, Label Energie, Chausson Materials.