By admin • May 1, 2011
Paris-based studio Moussafir Architectes Associés has recently completed the transformation of a classic brick-and-stone suburban house into a spacious 2,497 square-foot contemporary residence.
The Maison Leguay is located on a narrow corner lot in Bois-Colombes, a commune in the northern suburbs of Paris, 9 km (5 1/2 miles) from the center of Paris.
Located in Groslay, a commune in the Val-d’Oise, 15 km north of Paris, France, this former convent was converted into a 2,475 square foot loft-like apartment.
With its high ceilings and tall windows, this contemporary loft is an invitation to live in class and tranquility in the heart of an historical place.
By admin • Apr 6, 2011
Forever on the look-out for the exceptional, the decorator, designer and French agent Gérard Faivre has completely restored Le Mas des Isords.
He has transformed the beautiful but neglected 18th-century mas into a seven bedroom, seven bathroom residence where his modern touch refrains from being excessive and which respects the architectural tradition of this truly incredible property.
The mas (typical Provençal farmhouse) boasts 6,460 square foot of living space ans is set on a 15-acre estate with beautiful landscaped gardens, lap-length swimming pool, tennis court and stables for horses.
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.
By admin • Jan 18, 2011
Pascal Grasso from Pascal Grasso Architectures has just completed the renovation of a 3,000 square foot duplex apartment in Paris, France.
The most spectacular parts of this remodeling project is the use of suspended plaster blocks across the ceiling in the main living area, as well as the extensive use of white walls and black furniture.