See What Happens When Two Hardcore Modernists Are Let Loose in a Medieval Townhouse in France

See What Happens When Two Hardcore Modernists Are Let Loose in a Medieval Townhouse in France

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By Tim McKeough / Photos by Anders Hviid
A Bauhaus furniture maker and a textile designer makeover a building from the 13th century.

Chris and Lone McCourt have a long history in Uzès, a small town of cobbled pedestrian lanes and ancient white limestone buildings in the south of France. Lone has been making regular trips there for 50 years, since she was a teenager, and Chris has been joining her for nearly as long. However, they still seem like newcomers compared to the house they bought in 2014, which was built in the 1200s. 

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