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savioz fabrizzi architectes

maison reynard/rossi-udry, ormône, transformation
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
maison reynard/rossi-udry, ormône, transformation
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion
maison reynard/rossi-udry, ormône, transformation

reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion

 

client :

philippe reynard and emmanuelle rossi-udry

collaborator :

lionel ballmer

programme :

living room, kitchen, music room, wc/shower room, 4 bedrooms, cellar and techniques

dates :

project 2014

execution 2015-2016

volume (sia 116 standard) :

1165 m3    

civil engineering :

alpatec sa, martigny

situated in the old village of ormône, this house was built in 1860, and then altered over the years. it stands in the middle of an area of the village that has tremendous character, and consists of a masonry base of natural stone whose upstream part rises up to form the backbone of the building and whose downstream part is surmounted by a timber structure.

 

the timber part is simply raised. the masonry part is altered. this stone spine, which links the whole project together, is extruded in a kind of "chimney" to the east and extends to the north to form an annexe.

 

the rustic simplicity of this building is accentuated by the treatment of the outer walls, which are given unity by a coating of simple render, applied both to stones from which render had been removed so they could be re-pointed in a style similar to traditional "pietra rasa" plasterwork, and also to the new parts constructed in concrete.

 

the large areas of glazing flush with the exterior further accentuate its mineral appearance, emphasising its carefully-smoothed lines, while orienting the spaces towards chosen views: the rhône valley to the east, savièse to the north, the mountains of val d’hérens to the south and the garden to the west.

 

in the northern part, the spaces are structured by two partial floor slabs, which open onto circulation and living spaces and allow visual relationships between the occupants of the different levels, the children on the first floor and their parents in the eaves. The character of the house's exterior is echoed in its interior by the use of a mineral coating on the walls, and by the use of exposed concrete slabs for the floor.

 

in the southern part, set behind timber walls, the bedrooms are covered with larch panelling, producing a contrast with the rest of the project.

 

This timeless contrast between mineral and the wooden elements, established when the house was first built, is thus retained and reappropriated, providing consistency with the original structure.

 

condition before conversion - east angle, west angle

 

 


   

reynard/rossi-udry house, ormône, conversion

situated in the old village of ormône, this house was built in 1860, and then altered over the years. the timber part is simply raised. the masonry part is altered. this stone spine, which links the whole project together, is extruded in a kind of "chimney" to the east and extends to the north to form an annexe.
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