This three bedroom apartment is situated on the fourth floor, overlooking the North Bank of the River Seine in the quiet 16th Arrondissement of Paris. The designers were challenged to balance bespoke contemporary style with classic French flair. The Eiffel Tower just across the river informed the design; ARRCC drew on its unique and recognisable aesthic to inspire individual elements whilst its strikingly close presence guided the internal remodel.
Situated on Paris’ left bank in Saint Germain-des-prés, Camille Hermand renovated this typical Parisian apartment of 144m2 to suit a young family with kids. Favouring a big living area with a custom-designed island kitchen, Camille completely opened up the living space by removing all partitions to create a lighter and more flexible central living zone.
The couple turned to Carmel architect John Thodos, who created Glass House, a symmetrical wood, glass-block and steel building faintly reminiscent of modernist Pierre Chareau’s 1930s Maison de Verre in Paris. The house went recently for sale. Photography by Anatoliy Bovt Photo.
This stylish apartment in Saint Germain was produced by Ando Studio, a digital imaging agency founded by architect Aziza Oren and interior designers Anna Epstein and Ety Azougy in 2011. They designed the interior of this apartment in 2013 for a client in Paris, France.