D1 Residence by Vincent Coste in Saint Tropez, France

Project: D1 Residence
Architects: Vincent Coste
Location: Saint Tropez, France
Area: 2,152 sqft
Photographs by: Christophe Rouffio, courtesy of Vincent Coste

D1 Residence by Vincent Coste

The D1 Residence in Southern France, near Saint Tropez, is a luxurious residential property designed by the Saint Tropez based architect Vincent Coste
This contemporary, 2,152 square feet dwelling is positioned on a steep incline which provides it with breathtaking panoramic views of the coast.
The house is composed as a series of offset volumes that create two floors of living spaces that are oriented around a vast terrace that is expanded towards infinity with a rather large infinity edge swimming pool.

This house is located next to Saint Tropez on a steep terrain with a panoramic sea view. A composition of independent volumes offset allows a set of frames and perspectives on sight. Each volume works as a flag and making the economy of inland surface circulation. This option to achieve 5 bedrooms for indoor area of 120m2. This economy of space could also be achieved by integrated design to each room furniture bathroom. A large wooden structure an integral part of the architectural composition provides sunscreen outdoor spaces and helps to create outdoor spaces differentiated. The overlay zones lives is perfectly suited to life in resort offering the potential of a single site.

The entire wooden structure was particularly studied to meet the requirements of sustainable development.The technical part of the project was dictated by the complex field access on either a steep slope and a willingness to respect the maximum natural character of the site bordering natural area.

Vincent Coste


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Author: Fidan Jovanov


A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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