Concrete And Steel Build A Cozy Parisian Loft

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Concrete and steel, with a Parisian touch make the loft situated in the suburb of Bagnolet a place to say “home”. A block within the block, as the inspiration was, manages to use the space in a very practical way. Maybe curious for some, the kitchen is placed right in the middle of the apartment, having the bathroom on top, upstairs.

An impressive height of 5 meters allowed the large windows 30 sq meters. And as this wouldn’t be enough, the base level lets the breezy air in through the 6 meter length windows. The superior level hosts the bedrooms, with children’s room as well. Everything is completed by the furniture, matching the cold materials used with a warm, welcoming environment.

French homes have that special thing to distinguish from others and this loft makes no difference. Along with the breakfast croissants and pears clichés on the dining table, the photos transpose each one of us into the classic French reverie. Très chic!


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