Architects of Prisca Pellerin Architecture studio implemented an interesting project of an apartment located on the attic floor of a historic house in Ivry-sur-Seine, France. Unsuccessful layout and the bad state of the object required a careful consideration. As a result, it was created an open space with dormer windows, filling the residence with sunlight.
Architects played with shades of white and gray, used different textures, including high-gloss lacquer, matt paint, polished concrete, leather, suede, flax and brick. At the same time the warmth and atmospheric space are not lost behind the accentuated whiteness; simplicity of decoration complemented by items of the decor and live plants.
Living room and bedroom are located on opposite sides of the apartment and connected by a long corridor. The kitchen is integrated into the corridor, in front of the bathroom located behind the black metal door with glass and a toilet in a separate small room. It is, incidentally, is the only room in the house that closed and decorated in dark-gray gamma.
Photographs: Hugo Hebrard