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This House in Southern France Will Put You in a Vacation Mood

All photos by <a href="">Cyrille Weiner</a> via <a href="">Designboom</a>
All photos by Cyrille Weiner via Designboom

Dubbed "Maison Le Cap," this holiday home in the south of France has us thinking about vacating to the French Riviera. Paris studio Pascal Grasso Architectures masterminded the dwelling, which comprises a quartet of exposed-concrete cubes oriented for optimum views of the nearby Mediterranean and, perhaps surprisingly, inspired by American artist Donald Judd's work in the Texas desert. Built to complement the rugged topography of the region and the house's sloped site, the house cascades down to the sea, with a metal infinity pool and stepped terrace sitting lying just tens of feet from the water's edge.

· Pascal Grasso's Protruding Concrete Volumes Form Maison Le Cap in South of France [Designboom]