Loft demonstrates new apartment living ideas

In this loft renovation, jbmn architectes show that there’s still room for innovation in the apartment space
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Architect: jbmn architectesPhotographer: Hermann Wendler architecture, daylighting, floor, home, house, interior design, loft, room, gray, white
Architect: jbmn architectesPhotographer: Hermann Wendler

Architect: jbmn architectesPhotographer: Hermann Wendler

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Architect: jbmn architectesPhotographer: Hermann Wendler

From the architect: The renovation of this apartment seeks to exploit the high height available in this former artist studio located on the top floor of a Parisian building built at the beginning of the 20th century. Two mezzanines are arranged and face each other around a large central void. Stairs made of metal and solid wood, arranged symmetrically, give access to the rooms thus created.

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Architect: jbmn architectesPhotographer: Hermann Wendler

Large balustrades in fishing nets delimit the living area of the staircase. With the opening / closing of large internal shutters, the rooms can open on the central void or on the contrary isolate themselves, allowing a flexibility of uses.

Jul 24, 2017

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