Designed by architects Yann Le Chadic and Alessandro Scotto, the loft is a former industrial space, from the same period of the Eiffel Tour, in the Bastille neighborhood. Preserved the original architectural industrial elements, the open space features an eclectic decor, with modern and vintage furnitures and a touch of nomadic style.
In Paris, under the Eiffel Tower, a 1960s apartment redesigned by architect Claude Missir, following the rigor and grandeur of the historical district, in harmony with 1960′s heritage of the building and the practical needs of modern living. An elegant, sophisticated and fluid space where natural oak parquet and floor-to-ceiling wood panelling becomes the perfect vintage frame for contemporary furniture and artworks.
The apartment that was once the home of Auguste Perret, the pioneer of concrete and master of Le Corbusier, is now owned by architect Felix Claus. As all the original listed building, the 1930s apartment was entirely built of concrete by Auguste Perret; the interiors featured oak-wood floors and walls, concrete columns and circular plaster ceilings encased in wood fiber panels. And now nothing has changed: the space still looks like it was then, the new owner only furnished it with design icons and contemporary pieces, such as the red armchairs and Zig Zag chairs by Gerrit Rietveld, the black ones by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini, the Tulip table and side table by Eero Saarinen, produced by Knoll.