Combining tradition and the avant-garde.
The Beaurecueil farm, located at the foot of the Montagne Sainte-Victoire, has been renovated to house the offices of the joint syndicate responsible for managing this natural site. The aim of this project was to renovate an old built heritage with a view to low consumption.
Given the Provençal architecture and the site itself, which is listed (St Victoire), our lighting concept was based on two themes, the first being to meet the technical needs of the project, with respect for energy consumption being predominant, the second being to use types of luminaires that could be perfectly integrated into the project while maintaining an avant-garde design.
For the technical part, we have selected luminaires that do not consume a lot of energy but that are capable of providing us with good lighting that meets standards but above all is pleasant for users. Our desire to bring a trendy and up-to-date look to shapes and design has brought us into the world of the manufacturer XAL and Régent.
The exterior of the Beaurecueil farmhouse has been treated with respect for the site with lighting effects, enhancement of the facades, and use of the “BrownTech” finish so that our products find their natural place through their aged appearance.
Architect: Marjorie Bolikian
Lighting Designer : LM5P – Le Mouton à Pattes
Brands used : Ares, XAL, Luce&Light