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NZI Architectes | Mademoiselle P. Appartment

Interiors NZI Architectes | Mademoiselle P. Appartment

Originally: a closed kitchen, living room with one window, a room with one window.

Objectives:

1 – Get maximum light
2 – make consistent use these 3 together by a common thread.

NZI Architectes | Mademoiselle P. Appartment

© Juan Grazioli Sepulveda

NZI Architectes | Mademoiselle P. Appartment

© Juan Grazioli Sepulveda

Unifying aspects of the project:

1-The kitchen revolves around the living room to turn into bed and desk.
2 – The living room opens onto the bedroom now has a glass wall to stay on récupéere the second window to the living room.

NZI Architectes | Mademoiselle P. Appartment

© Juan Grazioli Sepulveda

Result:

Visual continuity libéraraiton spaces.
Privacy modulating function moods.

Location: Paris, France
Architects: NZI Architectes | Sandra de Giorgio & Gianluca Gaudenzi
Project name: Mademoiselle P. Appartment
Construction year: 2013
Gross External Area: 40 m²
Building Costs: 40 000 Euros
Photos: Juan Grazioli Sepulveda
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