Oh how I miss Lacoste, France and oh how I miss it even more when I see images like this above. W Magazine wrote a little article abut a new addition to the SCAD Lacoste campus.
This weekend, the Savannah College of Art And Design (SCAD) will celebrate the opening of La Maison Basse, a gorgeous addition to their bucolic campus in Provence, France. The five-building complex has served many purposes over the last few centuries- a silkworm farm, an inn, and as the carriage house of Marquis de Sade.
The infamous aristocrat, politician and libertine lived just up the hill at his main property the Lacoste Chateau—which is now owned by Pierre Cardin. Like SCAD, the designer, has helped restore this medieval village town to its former glory over the last decade.
La Maison Basse will serve as headquarters for a wide range of classes in and workshops in art, design and architecture for students and visiting artists.
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