French studio Karawitz Architecture has designed the Passive House project, the first house near Paris to receive the european labeled certification “Passiv Haus Institut”.
Completed in 2009, this 1,905 square foot two story contemporary home is located in the city of Bessancourt, North of Paris, France.
Valerio Maria Ferrari and Cinzia Mazzone of French studio VMCF Atelier have completely remodeled this duplex apartment in the heart of Paris for themselves and their family.
The architects originally bought a sixth floor apartment in a 1850 building, plus 10 former maid’s rooms in the attic directly above.
The now 1,700 square feet warm and cozy duplex apartment features two bedroom suites on the lower level while the upper level hosts the public spaces and two home offices.
Found on Mires, a French location finding agency, this must see renovated early 20th century house, with contemporary loft-style interiors.
This residence is located in the Hauts-de Seine department, West of Paris, France.
The best part of the property is an attached warehouse that was transformed into a huge and impressive loft-like living room.
Luke Shepard, a student at The American University of Paris started, strung together over 2,000 images in a complex time-lapse manner to create this amazing video titled Le Flâneur.
He started this project in March 2010 and finished shooting in May. “The video is composed completely of photographs I took with my DSLR. I had the camera on a tripod in order to keep it stable and to keep a consistent height” Shepard said.
French studio Christian Pottgiesser architecturespossibles has designed Maison L, a very unique residence for a six-person family, and was kind enough to send us some photos of the project.
Located half an hour’s drive west of Paris, the 9,360 square-foot residence sits on a roughly 54,000 square foot plot of old trees.