The new layout of this Parisian apartment, declined in natural tones, is reminiscent of the cabin of a sailing boat sailing in the sky.
a sailboat in the sky
Of the old duplex located on the top floor of an Art Deco building whose roof was about to be blown off, nothing remains. The challenge was to give the impression of spaciousness to a living area of only 64 square meters. The space was meticulously restructured and re-orchestrated around four main criteria: light thanks to a glass roof giving onto the sky; volume; roundness; and a high ceiling.
Structure and furniture were entirely designed, including the spectacular mezzanine in mirror-polished stainless steel which, like a sculpture, gives the apartment an architectural dimension.
Structure and furniture were entirely designed, as well as the sculptural staircase, the mezzanine made of mirror polished stainless steel, the perspectives...
Another challenge was to lose as little space as possible, like on a boat, and to make the cupboards, the fireplace, the air conditioning and the home automation system disappear into the walls.
An audacious and custom-made realization, close to that of a shipyard, where behind the apparent simplicity and obviousness hides a high-tech execution of extreme complexity.