© William Rolf Curtis

Stables at the Château de Bouges (Indre)

Located in the commons of an 18th century château, the stables at Bouges were luxuriously equipped between the two wars the last lords, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Viguier, the owners of the Bazar de l'Hôtel-de-Ville in Paris. The refined facilities show how high the level of comfort could be raised without sacrificing aesthetic taste. Here, everything has been made ​​to measure and iron was avoided in favour of wood, including the skylights in the boxes and hayrack bars.