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Château Louis XIV

COMPLETIONDATE

From 2009 to 2011

CHALLENGES-COMPLETION

Located on the land belonging to the old Domaine du Camp, at Louveciennes (78), Château Louis XIV, is a new building in the 17th century style, modeled on the style of the Vaux-le-Vicomte Château. Made up of 30 or so rooms, moats and fountains on terraces, this private home was built according to the rules set down by the French Historical Monuments authority: the frame supports a roof covered with Angers slate. The walls were built using 15 cm thick massive stone from the quarries at Saint-Maximin (Oise). The materials used inside the château comply with the thermal regulations in force. As part of this achievement, the contractors needed to find an efficient heating solution covering the entire area of the building without marring its architecture.

AREA

2,397 m²

MAIN PLAYERS

Owner
SCI Château Louis XIV

Prime contractor for design and completion
COGEMAD
Thermal Design Office
BET E.T CONCEPT
Installer
TUNZINI le Pecq / AQUASOL

ACOME RESPONSE

To address these implementation demands, COGEMAD opted to install a Thermacome® heating/cooling floor. Ideally suited for new buildings, this low-temperature hydraulic heated floor has now been fitted to three floors of the château, representing an area of 2,397m². This system is totally concealed in the structure of the building, making optimum layout arrangements possible, while offering the residents perfect heating conditions in each and every room.