Nicolas Schuybroek Architects are renovating and redesigning this Haussmannian apartment in Paris. This renovation exudes timeless architectural truth and embraces Wagner’s idea of designing the entire project from the architecture to the smallest decorative details. The monochrome color palette, the use of natural materials and the choice of furniture by the architect fetish Pierre Jeanneret make for an overall simple – in appearance – and peaceful ambience. Let’s take a closer look at the rooms.
The designers left the existing molding to emphasize that this is a homestead apartment that is elegant, refined and full of chic, with traditional white walls for such apartments. Parquet was also made to show off the existing style, but the rest of the apartment is quite contemporary or even minimal.
The furniture is chic and minimalist, and a gorgeous gray curved sofa makes the living room softer. Rich tones of wood, leather and other materials soften the rooms, which are executed in a very minimal color palette. The lamps are black with a very laconic look, black door frames and faucets make the rooms look cool and very contemporary. Check out the apartment and steal some ideas to make yours super elegant too!