Archery House is a terracotta brick building in "the greenbelt area of Fontenay-aux-roses on the outskirts of Paris." The structure is built by architectural studio Boman and it offers a compact and cozy space for individuals on the range. It spans a total of 49 square meters.
The Archery House is defined by a circular window that is shaped like a target. This can be uncovered to share a full view of the shooting range or covered to create an intimate and secure atmosphere. Boman's building makes space available for storage. In addition, the Archery House has a bathroom and a large seating area, providing functionality for the individuals who are on the range.
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