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Achievements at Cantercel

Skylight horizon

The Horizon house, between intimacy and infinity: sensory well-being for a family home and a holiday cottage - JP Campredon architecte.

The round house

The round house, bioclimatic tree house - Michael Flach, Caroline Frenette engineers, Christophe Mégard architect.

L’Oreillette cottage

L'Oreillette cottage, first poégîte - Hervé Baley, Julia Morais Caldas, architects, Gaujard technologies engineers.

Simple housing

The refuge, a minimal housing for temporary accommodation, realized in educational self-construction - Alexandre Roemer, Philippe Rames, Etienne Arlriq, architects.

Wood and canvas

The handcraft workshop, made of wood and canvas with unused materials from the multi-purpose workshop - JP Campredon architect - O. Gaujard engineer.

The place

Cantercel means “sing earth and space” or “sing earth and sky”. Linking uses and poetry A vocation of hospitality is anchored in the history and the situation of this traditional place of stopover for the transhumance of the herds. This... Read More

The development project

Discover the development project of the Cantercel site, its facilities and equipment. Discover the project Cantercel has as its theme: to conceive and bring to life new ways of living and community living for a viable, livable and enviable earth.... Read More

The Sens Espace Europe Association

Participate in the design, construction and dissemination of an environmental and organic architecture of living spaces, concerned with the balance of nature and the well-being of people. Joining the association will allow you to: receive the programmes of activities, the... Read More

Partnership

Financing, supporting, cooperating: being a partner of Cantercel Participer au financement des projets Le projet de développement,  induit des programmes d’investissement pérennes : structures d’accueil, locaux d’activités, locaux culturels, aménagements du site. Pour participer à ce financement, nous contacter. Les projets... Read More

Our history

From the Sens Espace Workshop to Cantercel The Sens Espace Workshop In 1970 Jean Pierre Campredon discovered the organic architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright during the creation of the ‘Sens et Espace’ workshop unit run by Hervé Baley, teacher at... Read More

Our philosophy

Taking geography and landscape into account promotes harmony between the use of a building and its location on a piece of land. To conceive living space We do not live in walls but in the space between and beyond them.... Read More

Lightweight structures

A set of light structures combining light and transparency, created by the architects of the Sens Espace Europe association.
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