Apartment in Paris
French practice CUT architectures engaged into the beautiful restoration.
On the 6th floor of an Haussmannian building in Paris, French practice CUT architectures engaged into the beautiful restoration of an apartment that offered a multitude of windows but was divided by a long corridor that narrowed the space and made some corners useless. The apartment was completely restructured to provide a bathroom and a children’s room at the back towards the entryway and, to enjoy the rest of the apartment located in the corner of the building, CUT chose to create fluid and homogeneous spaces including the kitchen, the dining room, the living room and the master bedroom.
All connected to each other and sharing common features : white walls, light blue and white lacquered furniture, solid oak flooring. The kitchen is distinguished by its Corian countertop and paneling in stainless steel, while in the living and dining room, a long cabinet dressed with mirrors multiplies the space and the light.