mix of heritage and contemporary
The distribution in the space is contemporary. A central generating geometry is imposed: it delimits the entrance, the bedroom, the kitchen and hides the intimate spaces, bathroom and toilet. The central core is a precious jewel box, a secret cabinet, dressed with concealed walls.
The mirrors play a decorative role but also offer a diverted vision of the past. They disturb our sensations, modify the perspectives, play on our perception. I cross the space and I slide from the past to the present by the game of mirrors. The materials are reflective, in shades of gray, and accentuate this kinetic architecture.
To accentuate this relationship to the past, the founding base is made of herringbone parquet and the contemporary furniture floats in the space. The library is inspired by the organ of the Saint Eustache Church and the shifted partition of the mirrors, disturb our look.
Contracting owner : Private
Date : 2012
Project management : Olivier Palatre Architectes
Surface : 100 m²
Budget : nc