This project builds on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, including targets 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities and Goal 13 Combating Climate Change.
A clos anchored in the history of the village ...
This building was built by the local bourgeoisie at the end of the XIX century when business in Ruoms was flourishing. The arrival of the railway in 1876 enabled the development of Ruoms limestone quarries and the development of important breweries (BGM & Hugon and Payan).
In the twentieth century, the Clos became the village Poste office
The goal of the project is to renovate this mansion to restore its former glory by respecting local architectural codes while ensuring energy performance and modern comfort.
Red Marseille tiled roof, Lime facade with apparent linking stones, double staircase in Ruoms cut stone.
Peaceful and sported the garden is completely enclosed by a stone wall. Its well and
Clos Olivier de Serres © 2018