Authentic sculpted architecture, or architecture of instinct, this magnificent achievement from 1962, classified as a 20th Century Heritage, is one of the five “landscape houses” by architect Jacques Couëlle, an exceptional example of the movement of architecture-sculpture, acclaiming forms organic and rounded, inspired and integrated perfectly into nature, in opposition to the “right angles” of the modern movement of the time. Located in a unique private and secure domain on the heights of Cannes, it enjoys absolute calm and an unobstructed view of the Napoule bay and the Esterel. Features include raw stone in warm and varied colours as well as marble floors, ceramics, iron and glass for the walls, wood and glass for the doors, copper to dress the facade details. The spaces, mostly on one level, develop like a star around the magnificent patio comprising of a bright living room, colourful reading lounge, kitchen and 5 en suite bedrooms and roof terrace with spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. Outside are the various terraces, swimming pool and a large carport. Additionally there is a self contained bedroom.