Ingenuity and creative vision trumps cramped quarters in Bordeaux, France.
While many people secretly harbor dreams of living and working in France, the prohibitive cost and difficulty of purchasing there keeps most of these dreams just that, a mere fantasy. For photographer Jérémie Buchholtz however, a limited budget and extremely limited space was no match for his creative vision to live large in Bordeaux, France.
When photographer Jérémie Buchholtz came across a small garage space in Bordeaux, France, he envisioned his future home. Enlisting the help of his friend, architect Matthieu de Marien, the pair converted the dark, cramped space it into a handsome, albeit tiny, home.
What do you think? Could you live live in such a small footprint if it meant the opportunity to open your doors each morning to reveal the beauty of France?
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