For a guesthouse in the Charente-Maritime district of France, 2m26 made La Petite Maison. The modest wooden dwelling is arranged on a provincial property in the open country, encompassed by moving slopes and lush fields. To exploit the flawless view, the structure highlights liberal measures of coating and sliding ways to drench the only 36-square-meter inside in the scene and make a progressively extensive climate. The adaptable structure additionally incorporates a progression of screens to shut off living spaces from the breeze and sun, transforming within into a comfortable, cozy lodge. Its moderate tasteful is the aftereffect of a particular palette of privately sourced Douglas fir. The material is utilized in both the casing and veneer just as to make custom furniture likewise structured by the studio.