The House Between the Two by Clement Bacle Architecture is located in the west of Rennes, France. Its surrounding neighborhood consists of dense residential areas and greenery that is a refreshing getaway from its nearby urban center.
In renovating the site's existing residence, the architecture firm faced the challenge of building a twin house head on. "The home's new wood frame construction shows the lines of the existing house and its ceiling heights and skylight details".
The home's ground level features two bright rooms that open into its vast garden space and reveals perhaps its most visually stunning element, a connecting corridor that fuses three glass plates together. This element runs through the entire ground floor to connect old architecture with a newly built structure.
Conjoined Corridor Housing
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