Designed by Maxime Jansens back in 2014, this loft apartment in Paris somehow combines the starkness of contemporary design with a warm, homely vibe that makes the space a lot more liveable. The structure itself is an ancient craft shop located in an old courtyard. Two of the old patios have now been covered by skylights, which flood the otherwise dark space with light.
“As the clients wished to live in an open space, we left as few partitions as possible, and used transparent walls as much as possible,” say the architects. “As there was a lot of space for these two bedrooms we were able to hide the bathroom behind them, leaving free the space under the skylight for working and playing. The reduced budget led us to limit the work to a minimum, and to focus on raw finishes. The bias was to choose quality materials used simply to express their intrinsic qualities.”
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