Michel Houellebecqs house in Ireland is depicted as large and modern, but unfurnished with unopened moving boxes standing against the walls.
Michel Houellebecqs home office is an iMac and a printer amidst loads of papers filled with notes. Everything on three green camping tables.
The kitchen is primarily a place for sausage and wine.
When Houellebecq realizes, that noone comes to visit him, he no longer uses his front room for reception.
This Image captions the scene, in which chief inspector Jasselin arrives at the crime scene of Houellebecqs murder.