Illumination of the private villa Juliette by LM5P - Le Mouton à 5 Pattes
Enclosed in a residential suburban fabric, the project site appears as a clearing, with a fairly steep slope (15%).
The absence of a remarkable (horizontal) view encourages a redefinition of the verticality of the view, bringing “light” to the centre of the architectural composition.
The general intention of the project remains resolutely contemporary and easy to read
On the basis of a square, embedded in the slope, the single-storey project articulated around an “open-air heart”, the patio, offers unique atmospheres and perspectives towards the outside wherever one is in the house.
A common thread running through the overall design of the Villa Privée Juliette: first natural light and then artificial light offer “illuminated scenes” with their own identity throughout the day.
Architect: Adem SERTGOZ
Lighting Designer : LM5P – Le Mouton à 5 Pattes
Photo credit: Christophe Pozzo di Borgo
Brands used: Luce&Light, Ares, Atelier Sedap, Arkoslight