1. THE VOLUME OF GLASS: The architecture of the Ixos villa leaves no one indifferent. The Belgian architect Bruno Erpicum has signed a project that confirms his talent: the glass creates a volume that seems to slip under the structure. 2. SERENE HEAT: In the bedrooms, wood brings the warmth, tables the style.
The building follows the elevation of the land to create an original scenography (Source PARIS MATCH, Julien Sol)
3. FULL NATURE: The garden and vegetation are in direct contact with the living rooms. 4.WHITE ECRIN: The furniture and decorative elements are there to dynamise volumes where white dominates. At bottom, the beautiful diptych, of the French artist Françoise Nielly, exposes itself.
Placed in height on former agricultural land, the villa enjoys an ideal location to open a unique view of the city and the bay. From the west front, facing the sunset, the panorama is at the height of the project. In this house two facets, one enters a first volume in length which includes night areas. In the center, the patio releases spaces to integrate an outdoor lounge. Protected from wind and sun, this space is used all year round.The patio surrounded by a pond and a lush vegetation makes this space an appreciated place to relax.
On both sides of the patio, on the ground floor and first floor, suites and rooms have complete privacy, terraces and private bathrooms. The atmosphere is pure and minimalist.Upstairs the rooms and suites offer access to the terrace offered to the sun.Intensive tanning enthusiasts will find here a privileged place.
The pool concludes the set design of a villa out of the commun, and where the work of the architect is expressed in every corner, where the scenarios are endless. A place designed... For living.
5.100% TANNING: On the terrace, accessible from the suites, the tan is intensive. Any takers. 6.ZONES FUSED: The stone "Paloma Bianca " of Spain used for flooring, is also used for the dinning table. A unit of matter that unifies all places of the house.