Le Moulin: Architect-Designed Lodgings in Provence

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“In Lourmarin, Provence, sits Le Moulin, an previous mill remodeled right into a lodge and village store. Sitting reverse the chateau, it’s a place to fulfill folks and keep the evening, a spot for locals and also you.”

So reads the web site of Le Moulin, lodgings remodeled by the architects Marine Delaloy and Paula Alvarez de Toleda of the agency Jaune and the design group at Saint-Lazare. We’re enamored of each element: the plaster partitions and sisal flooring; dashes of Provençal ochre throughout, on shiny tiled tabletops and easy sink skirts (becoming for a agency whose title actually means “yellow”); and bundles of dried flowers. Take a look round.

Images by Gaëlle Tronquit through Le Moulin.

make like camus, once a resident of lourmarin, and have a pastis en plain air.  14
Above: Make like Camus, as soon as a resident of Lourmarin, and have a pastis en plain air. (His pseudonym, in response to the lodge’s web site, was Mr. Terrace.)

of the design perspective, the hotel writes: “there is no nostalgia 15
Above: Of the design perspective, the lodge writes: “There isn’t a nostalgia, however quite an intentional sobriety, a method of directing the gaze to the village.” In Le Restaurant du Moulin, straightforward woven rugs combine with a dramatic arched ceiling.

an asymmetrical window offers views of the garden. the woven chairs are by fren 16
Above: An asymmetrical window affords views of the backyard. The woven chairs are by French firm Midi.

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