Countryside lifestyle. Residence G by Coldefy

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Architects
Project team
Project direction.- Isabel Van Haute. Project Manager.- Sophie Graux.
Program
Refurbishment and extension of a 19th century farm building into a single-family home, landscaped garden, swimming pool, fixed furnishings.
Collaborators
Landscaper.- Thomas Leplat. Thermal Energy Efficiency.- BEFL. Economist.- Optibat. Health & Safety Coordinator.- SPHINX. Supervisory Office.- APAVE. Energy performance.- RT 2012.
Area
Existing surface area before works.- 382 sqm. Deconstructed surface area.- 158 sqm. Created surface area.- 174 sqm. Total project surface area.- 398 sqm. Land and surrounding area.- 13,000 sqm.
Dates
Order.- June 2017. Start of project.- March 2018. End of project.- October 2019.
Manufacturers Fabricantes
Demolition, structural and exterior works.- SARL Desquien. Roof, waterproofing.- TOBATRA. Wooden structure.- LAURENGE. Exterior carpentry.- SHEPENS. Plastered.- VILLETAZ. Interior carpentry.- EURESCAL. Stairs.- STM. Ceramic tiles.- CARRELAGE. Wooden platform.- WOODSTOXX. Painting.- SHEPENS. Electricity, plumbing, sanitary.- KBANE. Sauna, swimming pool.- SEBASTIEN HACHE. Kitchen.- SIEMATIC. Sound system.- SONOR +. Fireplace.- LUDOVIC GUERMONPREZ. Floor and floor insulation.- ISOLE PLUS. Entrance door.- SOBANOR. Garden.- PAVAGE ET PAYSAGES.
Location
North of France.
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Thomas Coldefy, Isabel Van Haute. Coldefy

Coldefy is an architecture studio founded by Thomas Coldefy and Isabel Van Haute in 2006, with offices in Lille, Paris, Shanghai and Hong Kong. The studio has an international team with completed and ongoing projects, public and private at all scales, around the world.

Thomas and Isabel met at SCAU in Paris after working for, among others, Kohn Pedersen Fox and Richard Meier and Partners on large-scale complex projects. When designing, they pay special attention to the place, the urban culture related to density and diversity, as well as a conceptualization process where the various factors of the project come together continuously.

After founding the studio, they won the competition for the Hong Kong Institute of Design in 2006 against 162 teams. The project completed since 2009 has been the subject of numerous international publications, was nominated for the AFEX Grand Prize in 2012 and exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

In France, Coldefy continues to develop a series of projects, especially in the heart of the Lille metropolitan area, where they have already completed multiple operations: multi-family housing and offices at the Porte de Valenciennes Arboretum in Euralille, the Lucie Aubrac Secondary School. The school in Tourcoing, the first low-energy school in the region, or Rigot Stalars, a historic mixed-use rehabilitation and extension, creating a new neighborhood in Dunkirk.

In 2016, the office carried out two major construction projects in the Lille metropolitan area: the Aquatic Center in Douai and the Lycée Hôtelier de Lille. Having completed the first phase of the new OVH campus, the team worked on the project for a complex bringing together leisure, cultural and retail spaces in Orgeval, as well as the transformation of an eclectic historic neighborhood in Fuzhou, China. In addition, there are multiple commissions and competitions, including a graphic arts school in Montpellier, the planning of a new development area in the Paris region, the second phase of Rigot Stalars, a restaurant and high-end residential units in the historic Vieux Lille, the modernization of a Villa in Shanghai, etc.

Awards
5 finalists for the Louvre Lens international competition, together with Steven Holl.
International conference center in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso in 2009.
40 Under 40 Award in 2010, which recognizes the most talented young architects in the world.
WAF World Architecture Forum (nomination), 2011.
Pyramides d`Or, 2011.
IDA Award in 2012.
Awarded the silver prize for the IDA 2012 awards.
Public Service Hall in Kobuleti, Georgia in 2012.
Perspective “40 under 4”, 2014.
Asia «40 under 4», 2014.
Europe «40 under 4», 2014.
IDA-International Design Awards, 2016.
European Architecture Prize, 2021.
International Architecture Prize, 2021.
Order of Arts and Letters, Thomas Coldefy, 2022.

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