La Ferme de Georges

Rooms 7   Architecture Yorick Piette   Interior Design Mark Dixon
The Original Pierre Bident Moldeva & Olivier Verwilghen

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Rooms
7
Architecture
Yorick Piette
Interior
Design Mark Dixon
The Original Pierre Bident Moldeva & Olivier Verwilghen

Architecture

YORICK PIETTE

Architect Yorick Piette designed each chalet to be little capsules of activity, yet sheltered from each other by greenery. The wooden roofs, traditional palha (straw), and white walls create a bright and refined atmosphere.

The architect also made abundant use of white-cement brick walls, assorted palm trees (buriti, carnaúba, açaí, coconut), handmade tiles, and local hardwoods (tatajuba, canela de velho, pau d’arco) in a way that maximizes natural ventilation and reconnects guests with the surrounding nature.

Architecture
YORICK PIETTE

Architect Yorick Piette designed each chalet to be little capsules of activity, yet sheltered from each other by greenery. The wooden roofs, traditional palha (straw), and white walls create a bright and refined atmosphere.

 
 

The architect also made abundant use of white-cement brick walls, assorted palm trees (buriti, carnaúba, açaí, coconut), handmade tiles, and local hardwoods (tatajuba, canela de velho, pau d’arco) in a way that maximizes natural ventilation and reconnects guests with the surrounding nature.

Architecture
YORICK PIETTE

Architect Yorick Piette designed each chalet to be little capsules of activity, yet sheltered from each other by greenery. The wooden roofs, traditional palha (straw), and white walls create a bright and refined atmosphere.

The architect also made abundant use of white-cement brick walls, assorted palm trees (buriti, carnaúba, açaí, coconut), handmade tiles, and local hardwoods (tatajuba, canela de velho, pau d’arco) in a way that maximizes natural ventilation and reconnects guests with the surrounding nature.

The lobby of the hotel (or “Forum”) is designed as a place to socialize and share stories, while all the cabinets, cupboards, closets, storage spaces, benches, lamps, and tables were handmade by the hotel’s designer, head chef, and carpenter Mark Dixon

INTERIOR DESIGN

MARK DIXON

Through a design style that showcases glass doors, rich local woods, and white walls, the boundaries between outdoors and in disappear. Objects used to create the ambience in each space, such as paintings, sculptures, furniture, and indigenous handcrafts, were found in and around Brazil and are rich in assorted textures, be they metal, wood, or textile.

INTERIOR DESIGN
MARK DIXON

Through a design style that showcases glass doors, rich local woods, and white walls, the boundaries between outdoors and in disappear. Objects used to create the ambience in each space, such as paintings, sculptures, furniture, and indigenous handcrafts, were found in and around Brazil and are rich in assorted textures, be they metal, wood, or textile.

The lobby of the hotel (or “Forum”) is designed as a place to socialize and share stories, while all the cabinets, cupboards, closets, storage spaces, benches, lamps, and tables were handmade by the hotel’s designer, head chef, and carpenter Mark Dixon

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