Interiors | Amalgamation of 2 residential units | Location: Paris, France | Area: 140m2
Joining together two flats to reconfigure the space into a family dwelling.
A project that required two run-down flats – one large and one small – to be merged into a larger dwelling conducive to family life, our response included opening up a structural wall to create a central kitchen, dining and living space that created the heart of the home. With bedrooms and office space located peripherally and the blurring of walls and joinery elements, the maximum use of space was achieved. The design floods the apartment with sunlight from the south, while a white-washed décor with Douglas pine flooring and exposed wooden structures creates the contemporary charm of a Parisian apartment.