The renovation of a small Haussmann style apartment in Paris, France by design firm Betillon / Dorval Bory includes partitioning the master bedroom from the child’s bedroom.
Designed by Francis D’Haene, a Belgian-born, New York-based architect/designer and founder of D’Apostrophe Design, this quirky duplex apartment mansion located on the Left Bank in Paris, France used to be part of a French Government building.
The renovation transformed the historic residence into a contemporary apartment. The interior decor seamlessly blends art and design.
Take a look inside the most famous opera house in the world. The Paris Opera House, Palais Garnier, in Paris, France is known for its opulent Baroque style interior decor and Beaux-Arts exterior architecture.
The construction of the Palais Garnier began in 1861 and was completed in 1875.
Recent restoration of the auditorium includes the ceiling area with a new painting in a modern style by Marc Chagall. At the centre of the painting is the grand chandelier.
This modern apartment on the 5th floor of a 19th century building in Paris, France has been completely redesigned by SWAN Architects for an art lover. The space was originally partitioned into a series of small rooms. The refurbished space is now wide open. The former dividing wall is stripped down to reveal its plain wooden structure, creating a filter between the dining room and the living room. Blue niches become display spaces for art pieces.
Living in a tiny studio apartment can be a challenge. This 130 square foot micro apartment in Paris, France has a clever design which makes living in a tiny space extremely efficient.
Located in the Montparnasse neighbourhood in Paris, the studio was previously a master bedroom of a large apartment. The owner decided to create a separate studio for rental purpose.