Built of reinforced concrete, the house at Saint-Symphorien registered as historical monuments, juxtaposed plan on approximately 4000 sqft an elongated rectangle flanked to the east tower and west patio. It has three floors above a basement, and is topped by a roof with four slopes, steeply inclined, which is organized around a central terrace, which is covered with flat tiles of Beauvais. The arrangement of different volumes present a great variety in their joints. Outside, large arched windows, or large oculis allow abundant light, served by systems of metal sash windows, whose opening was facilitated by the presence of a lateral weight-cons. Inside, the ground floor is organized around a large reception room, which is on two levels. Floor is accessed by a stone staircase and a gallery suspended along both sides of the coin and dessert room upstairs. Near the entrance, the guard house, which also arbite garages is surrounded to the south and west by a colonnade. The architect Charles Siclis also designed the park. He realized the interior: banister copper rods based on nickel, fireplaces, mirrors, door designed by him whose gate is decorated with bronzes. He has designed some pieces of furniture for the home. A gem!