The Art & Architecture Walk at Château La Coste

Installation artwork

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Learn more about the Art & Architecture Walk at Château La Coste in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade in the heart of Provence. 

For two hours, enjoy the freedom to explore the estate at your own pace as you choose the order in which to admire the artwork created by various artists and architects.

As you walk through woods, olive groves and vineyards, take the time to get acquainted with these installations by artists and architects who were invited to Château La Coste.

It’s the ideal way to spend a day with friends or family.

freedom to explore

Nothing is set in stone, that’s the bespoke philosophy which drives Château La Coste.

Every invited artist designs their work of art and chooses its location when adding a new piece to the existing installations.

This installation artwork blends seamlessly with the estate’s grounds. 

The dome created to house “I do, I undo, I redo” by Louise Bourgeois, “Oak Room” by Andy Goldsworthy, “Four Cubes to Contemplate Our Environment” by Tadao Ando and the exhibition pavilion by Renzo Piano, all of which can be found in the vineyards, are just a few examples of how art and nature are cleverly combined at Château La Coste. 

An invitation to reflect...

Today, the collection features more than forty pieces, primarily sculptures.

This art and architecture walk is an invitation to reflect and an opportunity to revel in natural surroundings.

Every day, at different times, guided tours are organised with Château La Coste’s expert guides who explain the artwork in more detail.