Born in Marseille, François Champsaur is a French interior designer and all his creative work is influenced by his Mediterranean roots. As one of the top interior designers in the globe, François Champsaur has exhibited his capability to transform any space into a contemporary interior design, considering each and every aspect from an architectural perspective to the last unique detail.
Developing modern interior design projects in line with the spirit of the space and creating modern furniture consistent with the global design, each project is very simple but poetic, featuring bolder and with enthusiastic colors. Get impressed by the Trocadero Apartment, a renovated space by François Champsaur and discover how wonderful is each unique design detail.
Located in the heart of Paris, the marvelous Trocadero modern apartment offers innovation, architecture, minimalism and stunning geometric shapes: an amazing family home filled with a relaxing ambiance, sophistication, elegance, and tranquility. As a symbol of splendor and simplicity, this contemporary house redesigned by the French interior designer demonstrates striking materials and fine craftsmanship methods. All the spaciousness and emptiness receive light and true emotion: François Champsaur converted a luxury and chic apartment into a modern and contemporary place to live in the City of Lights.
In the design process, according to the top interior designer: “I believe that the most interesting aspect of architecture is working towards giving the place a soul and sense of things – for the purpose of achieving a contemporary feel.” – that’s why this his principal method echoes the Japanese architecture, exposing the changes in weather, light and scent.
Besides this, and with the main goal to provide a communication relationship between the modern living room and the contemporary bedrooms allowing the light to play with its forms, François Champsaur has completely reorganized the general circulation and has created a sequence of strong, glowing spaces with very little modern furniture pieces. As you can observe, the corridor opens into the lounge and the kitchen to the modern dining room. Furthermore, he provided round forms by designing curved walls and doors in the bathroom.
About this modern interior design project in Paris and according to François Champsaur: “The idea was to create a sort of large box completely re-sculptured, like a Roman Villa where the architecture alone is plentiful. It was a must to discard every excess, every effect of material, every anecdotal element. All in order to shift this family apartment towards modernity and minimalism.”
Photos: Courtesy – François Champsaur