Lanterne House


•  The French word “Lanterne”, in reference to architecture, means “see-through”  •  The enfilade floor plan creates an intimate style of living  •  The house is one room wide which allows light and air to flow through easily  •  Interior finishes include wide plank white oak floors, limestone entrance hall, pigmented plaster walls, and 18th c wrought iron French hardware  •  The physical and visual connection between the interiors and the motor court, gardens, and lawns is accentuated in true country house fashion  •  An 18th c house in the village of Versailles, called “La Lanterne”, inspired the design  •

 

 
 
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