Corinne Detroyat and Claude Pasquer wanted to present a “new vocabulary that speaks to the kid in all of us” while creating a unique garden design for a garden festival and the result are these amazing Champicabanes.
The woven rope architecture allows nature to permeate the interior spaces while at the same time letting the light from within shine outward.
The main hut is equipped with four benches and small tables - a social environment – while the remaining four are more reclusive and contemplative..
Warm LEDs inset behind the seats and tables cast a magical glow on the woven rope.
LED rope lighting creates a hoop around the Champicabanes mushroom cap domes.
The Champicabanes mushroom caps are made with natural mesh and iron slats.
The stems of the Champicabanes huts are made with rope woven around an ironwork frame.
Warm LED lights are used to create a magical setting of intimacy and imagination.
Corinne Detroyat and Claude Pasquer imagined a place where “one can see the whole environment, observe, escape and listen to nature with the utmost discretion, with the freedom of seeing without being seen.”
Even the initial sketch of the Champicabanes is magical.
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