Great bones

Posted on Thu, 25 Jul 2013 by KiM

This post isn’t so much about the interior design (because there isn’t really any, besides some lovely chair porn happening in the main living space) but rather the architecture. And CUT architectures got it so very right. It’s a 6th floor Parisian apartment that was renovated into a bright, modern space while maintaining the extraordinary details of the original space but get this…the random hexagonal tile section in the living room was formerly where the bathroom was. How cool that they kept that section of flooring there. 

oregonbird says:

Beautiful floors in that dance studio. ­čÖé

Lala says:

Interior design – great!

Interior decoration – zero.

I don't get why throw cushions and rugs = interior design nowadays.

This apartment is splendid as is.

What a stellar flat, and in Paris!

Kate says:

Why even bother keeping the fireplace in the kitchen when the interior is so minimalist and bland? It actually sticks out like a sore thumb and feel like I was to rescue it from its lifeless setting.

oh holland says:

Those bones could use some flesh.

Great – except the tiles in bathroom – they look like 50 years old.. ­čÖé

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