“Louis Denavaut was asked to renovate and decorate a duplex owned by two artists. The apartment is located between the Tuileries garden and the Opéra Garnier, with a breathtaking view of the dome atop the Saint Roch church on rue Saint-Honoré.
The living room, flooded with light from a spectacular round window facing the Saint Roch church, has a 1970s Italian table and a custom-designed banquette made from panels of bleached oak with leather cushions.”
As if that wasn’t enough a white steel mezzanine with a glass floor perches above, the kitchen features an island made of veined Pele de Tigre marble and the bathroom is fully tiled in black zellige. I may be hideously jealous but I’m also incredibly inspired. Saint Roch by interior architect Louis Denavaut.
Photography by Christophe Coënon