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Résidence Les Mélèzes, Olivier Dwek

When he discovers a work of art, Olivier Dwek is generally interested by its deeper levels of interpretation. In architecture, he is fascinated by the superposition of different layers of meaning, or several historic periods. Three ages are superimposed in this rare townhouse. Three timeframes overlap in a respectful dialogue between their specific features. Built in the 19th century, the residence has retained its majestic, classical elements: mouldings, fireplaces, wide archways and windows with curved contours. Some of them have been replaced with windows identical to the original, in order to maintain the harmony. In architecture, he is fascinated by the superposition of different layers of meaning, or several historic periods. Three ages are superimposed in this rare townhouse. Three timeframes overlap in a respectful dialogue between their specific features. Built in the 19th century, the residence has retained its majestic, classical elements: mouldings, fireplaces, wide archways and windows with curved contours. Some of them have been replaced with windows identical to the original, in order to maintain the harmony. From Archello: Read More