This Haussmannian apartment, located in the vibrant city of Paris, France, not far from the famous Parc Monceau, has incredible potential! Our clients contacted us following a recommendation, and we were delighted to help with the renovation. Our interior designer, Stéphanie Rose, proposed to move the kitchen to a room adjoining the entrance and the living room, creating a more fluid circulation. The living room was enlarged by removing a partition and the atmosphere was given by some elements of street art. Noble materials, natural stones and massive woods were used in the design to create a traditional chic style.
Chez Léa is a stunning apartment located in the heart of Paris, France. Designed by Batiik Studio in 2021, the residence is a beautiful example of Haussmann-style featuring a clever mix of strong contemporary pieces and furniture with vintage accents.
The bold color choices, such as the onyx of the worktops, the marbled resin of the floor, and the curved red wall of the kitchen, shake up the traditional Parisian interior and add a touch of modernity to this architectural gem.
Located in Paris, France, Apartment XVIII is a contemporary-style apartment designed by Studio Razavi Architecture in 2021.
Overlooking the famous Luxembourg Gardens, this luxurious apartment is situated in a former 18th century mansion. While the original features of the building were largely lost, the designers opted to create a project out of the feelings the place inspired. Taking cues from the historic surroundings of the area, the design of the apartment is inspired by a monastic space, featuring generous use of natural light and curved shapes to create a peaceful atmosphere. Furniture and artworks are carefully selected to create a single spatial narrative and experience.