A typical Parisian house from the late 19th century has been undergone a series of renovation work and modifications, that transformed it into a confusing and cluttered residence through time.
The house received a complete renovation by architect Olivier Chabaud which facilitated the use of the space and the circulation inside the residence. The main idea supposed a massive restoration of the volumes - so that each place of the living space to be in the right proportion with the house.
The functional facilities together with the gym area were reconnected by the staircase that leads to the ground floor.
The ground floor has been redistributed as a family plot, facing the beautiful gardens. This shared living space is divided into a living room, the games room, the kitchen and a dining room to receive guests.
The first floor has been occupied by the children rooms, designed according to their personality, building an individual identity in harmony with the whole.
The attic has been redesigned into a large, free bedroom for the parents incorporating a bathroom, a dressing room, and a central bed. The play of the numerous roof windows created a subtle space and changed the natural light. The furniture collection, studied very well, allows rising the perspectives and the volumetry of the framework while integrating numerous decor elements.
The spaces were developed with a sober touch and natural materials, supported by a strong and warm color palette.
The desire to create a place for a family around the idea of comfort and well-being, natural living, has accompanied the whole project, down to the smallest details of design and fittings.
Finally, this house speaks about the art of living, a slight taste of Provence in Paris.