The chateau fits into the French pre-Renaissance.
Since the middle of the 15th Century, it is, in south-west, an exceptional
achievement of a deep change in the French architecture.
Is it a kind of prototype in the Quercynoise Architecture? No doubt about
it! Why? Because it is a link between the Middle Age and the Renaissance.
Splendid mullioned double-bars windows,
II - A magnificent carved
entry door made of walnut wood, giving the illusion of a perspective (Italian
III - An impressive spiral
staircase, carved with geometrical motives on the reverse side of the
sub-steps, which is a sole design in France,
IV - The signposting
of the staircase by a pavilion roof (major architectural scheme in France
in the 15th century)
Habitability and great comfort of the house thanks
to the new organization of the space and the renunciation of the Middle-Aged
rules and principles.