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Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

Interiors Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht“Following the creation of the Loft des Innocents, Frédéric Flanquart Interior Architecture and Design have set themselves a new challenge, with the renovation of the Yacht: an 85m2 apartment located on the last floor of a building on the Parisian Grand Boulevards, opened up onto a large passageway, reminiscent of a ship.

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

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Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

© Ludo Martin

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

© Ludo Martin

The Yacht features a large entrance, providing access to all bedrooms and the living room. This communal area also opens out onto a passageway, in which the kitchen and dining room are located, both benefiting from a fantastic panoramic view. Both the master bedroom and the guest room boast private bathrooms. Positioned on an angle, the entirety of the Yacht bathes in natural light, creating a wide variation of lighting tones throughout the day. The warmth of the Perigord Walnut furniture is therefore enhanced, working in elegant harmony with the oakwood flooring.

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

© Ludo Martin

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

© Ludo Martin

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

© Ludo Martin

Frédéric Flanquart | The Yacht

© Ludo Martin

Noble and refined materials such as Baccarat Crystal, full-grain leather and Macassar Ebony were used during the renovation of the apartment, creating an elegant and contemporary environment. Chrome steel and Burgundy Stone add a hint of masculinity, whilst the play of soft lighting brings a final touch of calm and serenity to this unique location.”

Location: Paris, France
Architect: Frédéric Flanquart
Project name: The Yacht
Design: 4 months
Construction: 6 months
Photos: Ludo Martin
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