|Work Type:||multi-functional unit|
|Number of Storeys:||1-storey|
|Type of Building:||detached|
The idea behind the design for industrialised houses with standardised timber units was to create a system for varied uses providing maximum adaptability and possibilities for extension. The system is based on a cross-shaped plan with a central installation core, and is divided into ‘cabines servantes’, i.e. WC, bathroom, cupboards and kitchenette, and boxes, i.e. dining room, bedroom, living room or terrace.
'Habitations industrialisées par éléments modulés en bois', Architecture d'aujourd'hui, 1968, p. 59.