Renovated duplex apartment in the heart of Paris – an original resident
It is no easy task to find a beautiful and modern apartment flat in Paris. The “city of lights” boasts some first-class real estate on Earth and guarantees obviously to be the fashion capital of the world, that there are always people who are willing to pay the highest price. Nevertheless, this incredible and innovative duplex apartment in the heart of this ever-changing city must be truly unique. Michael Herrman turned 12 maid’s room by Michael Herrman Studios in a building from the 18th century in an extraordinary home for his family!
In bringing together the twelve at various levels this rooms is about 140 m ² large three bedroom duplex emerged and the decor is both unique and fascinating. The original lime stone walls and oak beams of the construction have been received and proudly displayed, to present the cultural heritage of the area.
The recently renovated and remodeled apartment levels are located on the two top floors of a building at the Madeleine-Platz in Paris.
Rustic interior design – wooden poles
Vertical garden can see it in the background – very attractive
Living room – soft sofa and glass table top
Glass ceiling separating the Maisonette
While the apartment exudes a touch of rustic and ancient charm, there are a number of modern furnishings in the entire apartment. An extensive use of glass is what attracts your attention from the moment you set your eyes on the design of this apartment in the. A floor made of glass on the upper floor is probably the feature of the apartment, the most striking. It allows a sufficient natural ventilation that allows both levels of apartments aufläuchten. Glass window reaching from the floor-to-ceiling help those inside in conjunction with those to remain outside.
Dining room – glossy furniture
Classic decorative elements – Golden surfaces
Dining area in addition to the living area
Rough stone walls and glass surfaces
Modern designer furnishings
Built-in fireplace in the great room
Glass cabinets, glass tiles and tables seem to continue the theme of ‘Transparency and shine’ in the room. The Interior excites with a very contemporary look thanks to its predominantly neutral tones and a white background. A vertical garden is a special feature of the apartment, while a stylish facility completes the almost surreal structure. Creative, refined and a treat for tired eyes!
Library – oversized Wall shelves and quiet reading corner additional photos of the renovated apartment in Paris located