Designed by Bismut & Bismut Architects, this contemporary apartment houses a collection of impressive photographs. Located in the chic area of Vendôme and Rivoli, in Paris, this 200 square meter apartment is the Pied-à-Terre of a French family of four living in Asia.
Founded by brothers Daniel and Michel Bismut, the French Architects studio Bismut & Bismut Architects seeks fair proportions and absolute harmony through each of its projects where light and contrasts are very important.
Housed in a historic Haussmann-style building, the interior design project reflects a modern spirit with masculine touches. The wood, marble, and lacquer are combined in the different spaces that have several pieces of design furniture made to measure and with photographs that adorn the walls. Particularly in the airspace that brings together the room, the dining room, the kitchen and the entrance, the owners appreciate each of their stays in the French capital.
The modern living room is bright and airy, with a perfect design for family coexistence. The living area is sophisticated and has refined lines to achieve a contemporary look.
Glass doors allow separating the kitchen from the dining room and the living room when required.
The selection of art and photographs that decorate the home, provide a creative touch to the environments. Several pieces of modern furniture were custom made and designed by Bismut & Bismut Architectes.
The apartment has three bedrooms, which express through the details the personality of its residents. Several high-quality materials such as marble and wood are combined to create an elegant atmosphere.