A PARIS APARTMENT ON ÎLE DE LA CITÉ


Located in a 17th century mansion, this apartment on the Ile de la Cité was completely remodelled in the 19th century in a somewhat "bourgeois" style: small cloisonné rooms, dark corridors, false ceilings...

We decided to totally reinterpret the space by modifying access to the flat. The kitchen (accessible by a second, more glamourous staircase) was converted into an entrance, and the living room doubled in size by combining an adjoining room.


A PARIS APARTMENT ON ÎLE DE LA CITÉ

A PARIS APARTMENT ON ÎLE DE LA CITÉ


Located in a 17th century mansion, this apartment on the Ile de la Cité was completely remodelled in the 19th century in a somewhat "bourgeois" style: small cloisonné rooms, dark corridors, false ceilings...

We decided to totally reinterpret the space by modifying access to the flat. The kitchen (accessible by a second, more glamourous staircase) was converted into an entrance, and the living room doubled in size by combining an adjoining room.


A PARIS APARTMENT ON ÎLE DE LA CITÉ

A PARIS APARTMENT ON ÎLE DE LA CITÉ


Located in a 17th century mansion, this apartment on the Ile de la Cité was completely remodelled in the 19th century in a somewhat "bourgeois" style: small cloisonné rooms, dark corridors, false ceilings...

We decided to totally reinterpret the space by modifying access to the flat. The kitchen (accessible by a second, more glamourous staircase) was converted into an entrance, and the living room doubled in size by combining an adjoining room.


A PARIS APARTMENT ON ÎLE DE LA CITÉ
 

A PARIS DUPLEX IN LE MARAIS


This Louis XV period flat on a charming street in le Marais was decorated by the previous occupant in the style of the 1970s. The beautiful wooden floors, fireplaces, trumeaus, vintage doors had all been removed and replaced with carpets, sliding doors... and mainly rose and gold tones that gave it a decidedly "Barbara Cartland" look.

We decided to totally restructure the space and return the apartment to mid-18th century style, while installing modern-day comforts and conveniences.


A PARIS DUPLEX IN LE MARAIS
 

A PARIS DUPLEX IN LE MARAIS


This Louis XV period flat on a charming street in le Marais was decorated by the previous occupant in the style of the 1970s. The beautiful wooden floors, fireplaces, trumeaus, vintage doors had all been removed and replaced with carpets, sliding doors... and mainly rose and gold tones that gave it a decidedly "Barbara Cartland" look.

We decided to totally restructure the space and return the apartment to mid-18th century style, while installing modern-day comforts and conveniences.


A PARIS DUPLEX IN LE MARAIS

A PARIS DUPLEX IN LE MARAIS


This Louis XV period flat on a charming street in le Marais was decorated by the previous occupant in the style of the 1970s. The beautiful wooden floors, fireplaces, trumeaus, vintage doors had all been removed and replaced with carpets, sliding doors... and mainly rose and gold tones that gave it a decidedly "Barbara Cartland" look.

We decided to totally restructure the space and return the apartment to mid-18th century style, while installing modern-day comforts and conveniences.


A PARIS DUPLEX IN LE MARAIS

A MANSION HOUSE IN LES HAUTS DE FRANCE 


Once owned by Louis XIII's geographer, this stunning early 17th century mansion was given a makeover, while respecting its history and personality and adding modern comforts.

We meticulously reconstructed the atmosphere and lifestyle of the prominent family who occupied the residence from the beginning of the 17th century until the second half of the 19th century.


A MANSION HOUSE IN LES HAUTS DE FRANCE

A MANSION HOUSE IN LES HAUTS DE FRANCE 


Once owned by Louis XIII's geographer, this stunning early 17th century mansion was given a makeover, while respecting its history and personality and adding modern comforts.

We meticulously reconstructed the atmosphere and lifestyle of the prominent family who occupied the residence from the beginning of the 17th century until the second half of the 19th century.


A MANSION HOUSE IN LES HAUTS DE FRANCE

A MANSION HOUSE IN LES HAUTS DE FRANCE 


Once owned by Louis XIII's geographer, this stunning early 17th century mansion was given a makeover, while respecting its history and personality and adding modern comforts.

We meticulously reconstructed the atmosphere and lifestyle of the prominent family who occupied the residence from the beginning of the 17th century until the second half of the 19th century.


A MANSION HOUSE IN LES HAUTS DE FRANCE
 

A PALACE IN THE EAST


This 18th century palace, located in one of the world's oldest cities, was in a state of total disrepair when we agreed to restore its previous splendour.

The idea was to restore it using exclusively old materials and regional period furniture.

We redecorated all the terraces, built an ornamental pond on the roof and installed a summer dining room for breakfast and meals on the waterfront. A spectacular "hammam" was designed and created in the natural cave discovered under the house.


A PALACE IN THE EAST
 

A PALACE IN THE EAST


This 18th century palace, located in one of the world's oldest cities, was in a state of total disrepair when we agreed to restore its previous splendour.

The idea was to restore it using exclusively old materials and regional period furniture.

We redecorated all the terraces, built an ornamental pond on the roof and installed a summer dining room for breakfast and meals on the waterfront. A spectacular "hammam" was designed and created in the natural cave discovered under the house.


A PALACE IN THE EAST

A PALACE IN THE EAST


This 18th century palace, located in one of the world's oldest cities, was in a state of total disrepair when we agreed to restore its previous splendour.

The idea was to restore it using exclusively old materials and regional period furniture.

We redecorated all the terraces, built an ornamental pond on the roof and installed a summer dining room for breakfast and meals on the waterfront. A spectacular "hammam" was designed and created in the natural cave discovered under the house.


A PALACE IN THE EAST