By Jessica • Dec 18, 2013
French architectural firm FREAKS freearchitects has designed the Napoleon Flat in Paris, France.
Completed in 2012, this 1,830 square foot apartment was extensively remodelled. A new contemporary kitchen and bathroom were added, while most original details such as moldings and floors were preserved, providing a striking marriage of past and present.
The hotel is full of quirky touches – quotes on walls, ceilings, and carpeting, as well as masks of superheroes and other cartoon characters placed over all lamps – and provides the perfect place to stay while enjoying the French capital.
Michael Herrman, principal of French studio Ateliers Michael Herrman recently renovated a duplex apartment in a late 18th century building for him and his family.
Located in the eighth-arrondissement of Paris, France, the now 1,500 square foot, three bedroom apartment features a clear glass floor above the dining area to bring daylight to both levels.
By Eric • Mar 19, 2013 • Selected Work
French architectural firm Atelier Zündel Cristea designed this Trampoline Bridge concept for a client and targets at the competition named “A Bridge in Paris”.
The trampoline bridge has three huge inflatable PVC floats attached by ropes to cross the Seine near to the existing Bir-Hakeim Bridge.