building houses out of dreams

geometrical architecture for residential in the south of France

It's awful. It happens too often. We get used to things. It all becomes the same. And we forget that anything is possible, that it's only a matter of will.

French architect Cyril Lancelin shows us that dreamlike buildings can exist: his brand new studio town.and.concrete follows no rules besides its own.

He works on hospitality, residential and art installation projects, each one of them with a strongly defined geometrical theme, developed throughout the whole structure.

architecture project for a house in france made of big geometrical shapes 
patio of a residential building made of bricks and big circular windows
spherical hotel room in the forest by town.and.concrete


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geometrical architecture project for a cylinder house in residential area at night time
interior of the cylinder building by town.and.concrete