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Jacques Ferrier Architecture’s Cap d’Agde Hotel is enveloped in a surprisingly delicate lace-like concrete skin

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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Nov 01, 2015

Located in an area that is still relatively underdeveloped, with residential housing dominating the landscape of Cap d’Agde in France, the development focuses on providing a quality experience that relies heavily on creating a sense of place. It does so by introducing a design in line with the Mediterranean quality of openness. It includes a hotel with 54 rooms, two collective buildings with 107 rooms, a village of 42 villas and additional services and ammenities. Related: The Summer Cave...






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