CHERCHE-MIDI

Rue du Cherche-Midi, Paris

Returning nobility to a completely abandoned apartment

Dilapidated and in an advanced state of insalubrity, this stately apartment has been completely renovated and restructured into 6 rooms. Generous proportions were recomposed based on the initial floorplan to recreate the original adjoining rooms and scale, with vast reception rooms looking out into an exceptional 900m² winter garden, and four comfortable, modern bedrooms.

The client wanted the apartment to regain a classical appearance, with lots of work on decorative elements – panelling, columns, gilt, metal grills…entrance door with a giant bull’s eye window. This work was undertaken in close collaboration with Hubert le Galle, the artist Etienne Rayssac and glass craftsman Bernard Pictet.

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Client

Particulier

Maîtrise d’œuvre

Maxime d’Angeac architecte

Type of property

Apartment in an early 17th century building

City

Paris 75006

Surface

300 m²

Date of work

2010