This creatively organized 30 square-meter apartment is located in Paris. The architect Richard Guilbault managed to create dynamical and bright living space, optimize the use of the private rooms and maximize the possibility of storage space. Discreet and intimate, well designed sleeping space hides a voluminous storage chest. The raising of the bed makes an atypical and comfortable space and the wide sliding door allows being isolated from the living room. The custom-made bathroom is comfortable and takes up only 2.3 square meters. Since the entrance, a long wall of storage is running along the complete length of the flat. It is punctuated by 4 niches and a game of contrast between the white and birch plywood front panels. This multipurpose piece of furniture, the backbone of the flat, absorbs all the technical needs of the flat and the different needs of the owners. In this small area, everything is deliberately pure and refined. The white surfaces are a carrier for more natural substrates like birch wood or more graphic ones like the cement tiles and the kitchen credenza in kaleidoscope mosaic. The apparent connections of the former walls have been highlighted by a white concrete filling to tell the history of the flat. The creation of graphic lines enlivens a classic wood floor in Parisian flat.