30 ans de Savoir


Before After

Ensuring the conservation of a building is far from being an easy task. Even more so, when it’s not just a question of safeguarding the property but a real motivation to highlight our existing heritage.

With it’s local stone and flat tiled roof, this farmhouse has a real country style rural, simple, warm and welcoming as a real home should be …

The countryside heritage expresses our regional culture. By its preservation, each one of us defends an essential part of our “perigourdine” landscape, the witness of our roots.

The extraordinary diversity of the perigourdine architecture comes from a vast variety of building materials used in the stone work and roof tiles. It also comes from the many different landscapes and geological richness of the area as the houses are built taking into consideration the following factors; man’s needs, relief, vegetation, sun and wind exposure.
Site web réalisé par : Julien CLAUZEL Le : 6 juillet 2007 mise à jour le 22 mai 2015