The main flat is in the heart of Marais and measures 50 square meters (538 square feet). Uncovered wood pillars from the first structure truly pop against white dividers for a viable mixed configuration. Regular materials are utilized all through the space to play off of these staggering means. A strong walnut divider hides the pragmatic spaces of the house while class isolates out the room, permitting a lot of daylight to channel into this top floor condo.
In spite of the general age of the home, clean cutting edge lines win in each of the more up to date components. From a smooth butcher piece ledge to a little wooden work area alcove that neglects the boulevards beneath, the home figures out how to feel totally overhauled without losing its traditional appeal.
The second apartment keeps that modern feel but has less of the character that comes from those older elements. Referred to as “The Cube” the home has lots of hidden storage areas and nooks to make the small, urban space quite livable without a lot of clutter. Built in shelving, window seat storage, and a small kitchen area are each quite efficient. The furnishings are simple and mid-century inspired, from the white Eames style dining chairs to the nesting coffee tables and even the creative overhead light fixture in the living room.