To dine, facing the Eiffel Tower, is an emotion and a privilege that cannot be described in words.
The classical themes are re-proposed in a newly constructed apartment. The space is articulated in a double volume vestibule, containing a perimetral bookshelf, overlooked by a balcony, looking onto the underlying dining and living areas.
Overall, the flat is proposed in large heights, distinguishing itself for the constant ability to surprise the visitor, thanks to the location arrangements.
Everything has been cladded with wood, from floor to ceiling. The container cabinets are hidden in the boiserie's secret compartments, and the disguised doors lead toward the other rooms of the apartment.
The side tables support the sofa with a double role, functional and aesthetic, maintaining the elegant desing of the decor.
The whole location is coordinated. The upholstered items are made in one only shade, and the golden thread covering the coffered ceiling continues on the built-in cabinets and on the furniture.
The large table, accompanied by the four chairs and the two armchairs, describes the best frame for the panorama toward which the flat is overlooking. The pale tones soften furthermore the room.
Large volumes for a space to live and experiment daily.
The toilette maintains a certain simplicity of shape, ideal to complete a room already riche in finishing and fabrics.
A modern Jacuzzi is completed by a vault ceiling, decorated with optical fiber lightings, while the elegant and functional walk-in closet is accessible through a sliding door.