When Françoise bought a lot in Castelmoron-sur-Lot, in the French Lot-et-Garonne Region, the idea was to build a modern and minimalist house made of glass and wood. But the city council refused the original plan, considered too “brave” and audacious for the area. So Françoise and her architects had to compromise and build a home that would fit more with its surroundings and be more rustic. This is the result of such compromise. Then, Françoise asked the help of Stéphane Quatresous, interior designer and owner of the fab’ French vintage store Atelier 154. Ah, rustic, modern, industrial, and vintage eclectic all at once. This space is pure bliss.