Located in Groslay, Val d’Oise, France, 15km north of Paris, Le Couvent-Loft is an impressive contemporary loft apartment which is part of the old Chateau of Groslay. Rich with history, this apartment was once a music room and dance hall in 1769 created by Joséphine, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte. Joséphine’s first husband Alexandre de Beauharnais inherited the chateau. In 1950, Sisters Servant of Mary acquired the property and turned the old dance hall into a convent.
This old dance hall is a separate apartment today which the new owners turned into a contemporary loft. The base colour of this 230-square-meter (2475 sq.ft.) apartment is neutral with purple and green highlighting the canvas. The reception hall is the focal point of the loft. Large windows allow plenty of light to filter throughout the living space.
Via: Notre Loft
Images: Le Couvent-Loft