A “bubble house” by Antti Lovag
Antti Lovag, bubble house architect
This exceptional property was designed by architect Antti Lovag. A true work of art, it is his second to be listed as a historic monument since 2017.
This bubble house is nestled in 1,625 sq.m. of land. Made of reinforced concrete, it was finished in 1991. It has a floor surface of 350 sq.m. The rooms are equipped with unique pieces of furniture that were custom-made by the architect.
Only one rule goes: no right angles
Each room is designed as a bubble
The property is made up of a main living space with a lounge overlooked by a large hammock on a mezzanine level.
The kitchen has a dining room which opens, by way of a summer-winter removable cover, onto the terrace and the pool.
A unique universe
Various rooms are laid out around an interior garden: an office, two bedrooms, a gym, two shower rooms, and a laundry. A large staircase with a built-in bookshelf leads to the basement.
This exceptional property offers a unique and original universe with high-end fittings and is environmentally friendly.
The Val de Saône is a vast area spanning both sides of the River Saône to the north of Lyon. Fontaines-sur-Saône is one of its towns, home to 7,000 residents. The town is known for its friendly atmosphere and vibrancy, with shops, sporting activities, and leisure centres.Life in the Val de Saône
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14, quai Général Sarrail