A group of friends, who used to study together architecture in Bretagne, decided to build a house together: three families, among them Benjamin Jardel and Nicolas Epaillard, whos office, j+e architectes, designed the building. The collective found and bought three adjacent plots on the outskirts of the little town of Erdeven, meant for three single-family houses, and came up with a new type of housing.
Four units housing three apartments, shared space and an office area are separated by sun-drenched greenhouses . The vegetation is a wild meadow in all shared places, except for the vegetable garden. Each house has its own garden with an individually designed terrace.