Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Two Dutch designers reconstructed chateau in Burgundy, trying to preserve its historical appearance, but the interior still won modern design. In order to find harmony in life, Johan and Peter Baumann Franssensu had to move from Holland to Burgundy. And not only in the production of local vineyards, close to the borders of the gathering of their possessions. By purchasing here Château de la Resl, spacious two-story building, leading its history back to the XVII century, in one fell swoop they found the house and field for design of experiments, and a small business.