This 18th-century apartment, which is situated in the heart of Paris district Marais was newly renovated yet still retains the charm of the old while also mixed with the contemporary details and furniture. A glass wall separates the bedroom chamber from the living space and manages to keep as much natural light as possible. The technical wall, which shelters the bathroom, toilet, laundry, and dressing, is concealed behind a solid walnut panel. Raw materials and natural colors that dominate in this apartment were chosen to highlight the existing volumes and create a cozy environment. Contemporary furniture in black, wood, and neutral tones add a minimalistic appeal to the interior. The result is a comfortable space that gives equal attention to the architecture of the historic building and the modernism of the furnishings.
Photography | Alexis Cottin and Julien Fernandez
Interior Design | Margaux Beja
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