- Architects: Atelier Wilda
- Location: Paris, France
- Lead Architects: Willy Durieu
- Space: 45.zero m2
- Challenge Yr: 2017
- Images: David Foessel
- Contractor: ProARt
- Consumer: Christine Lesoin
Textual content description supplied by way of the architects. The challenge is composed of the renovation of the outdated painter Pierre Lemaire’s studio (1920-2007), with a purpose to create a minimalist loft within the middle of Paris. All of the present inside design and the slab was once demolished, most effective the load-bearing partitions and the roof have been preserved. It’s in the beginning a big quantity in openspace through which the customer needs to create a housing essentially involving the partitioning of areas. Then again, neither the customer nor the architect are keen to sacrifice the spatial high quality of the workshop.
The challenge is composed in revealing all of the quantity by way of the demolition of the ceilings and family many holes within the inner walls in order that at any level of the housing can understand all of the quantity and thus retain the sensation of house. The sunshine floods this pretty quantity with its huge glass façade (10 linear meters) and beneficiant roof home windows. With a purpose to magnify the sense of house the challenge items little variation of colour and fabrics.
White partitions spotlight the picket parts (beech) that melt and heat the sunshine. As this is a small space, the customized furnishings has been designed to the smallest element with a purpose to optimize all imaginable garage areas whilst adapting completely to the makes use of. In line with the customer who sought after an additional room in spite of the small space, the architect proposed an overly shiny cabin perched on the best of the amount with a chook’s eye view of the lounge. It has a workspace with garage and a fold-away table and a big mattress for 2 folks.