The villa called Le Trident is located at Theoule-sur-Mer (France). It was designed by Barry Dierks, the American modernist architect, for himself as far back as in 1926 and he had been living there for all of his life. This villa is one of several residencies, constructed by this architect on the territory of French Riviera between 1925 and 1950. Those buildings became an outstanding feature of the Mediterranean coast.
Le Trident villa changed the owners in 2011 and was further renovated by professionals of 4a Architekten studio. It goes without saying that designers left all main villa`s features unchanged. At the same time they made it modern and stylish. The architects saved original volume of the snow-white residence as well as its outer facade, yet removed the majority of internal walls, which had separated the rooms. Nowadays, the key features of renewed villa are spaciousness, simplicity, elegancy and plenty of light.
The first floor of this residence accommodates the living room, dining room and open-type kitchen, as well as the library and two guest bedrooms. Four bedrooms with bathrooms are located upstairs. The interior has peculiarities, namely wooden cube of teak, which hides bathrooms and wardrobes.

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