Bois-Le-Rois, France is near the famous Fountainebleu Forest. Architects Catherine and Manuel met in architecture school, and were working in different practices until 2020. During the COVID pandemic they decided to start a company together, focusing on homes and small commercial projects in their town. The home is very modern, and surrounded by old stone homes that are over 100 years old.  It was originally all stucco, but once they added Kebony the community has embraced the modern aesthetic and even come to the home to find what wood they used. After traveling around the world they have a deeper appreciation for the environment and the need to focus on building sustainably.