La Maison Biscuit home architecture was made of concrete, glass, steel and the Maison Biscuit has a screen that functions as external hanging parasol-shaped cookies. The house is located in a small village in the Alps in the Lyon area in France. The lot on which it is located has a major gap, with hills and abundant vegetation.
The construction is embodied in concrete, glass and steel, in a block of 23m x 7m with two levels of direct access from the garden front and back, allowing the slides through the house. It consists of two longitudinal overlapping floors.
The interest is on the design of a curtain external surround the glass surfaces, made of interlocking shapes of cookies together and hung from the ceiling.
The pieces of iroko wood, which is an exotic wood.
The envelope is a real umbrella, but in turn allows to link the house with the environment and reduce the solar impact abroad, as well as guarding reduces direct visual privacy.