This distinctive raised property (it sits on
stilts) was designed between 1956 and 1959 by the architect Georges Lacaze alongside his partner John Paul Pic. It has been a listed historic monument in France since 2008.
The architecture is special, but so is the location too. You will find this house in Bergerac, which is essentially a gateway to the Dordogne for many UK travellers, thanks to budget airlines using the airport there. When you fly in (or out), you can see some wonderful houses on the edge of Bergerac too, presumably this one included.