This townhouse on rue Maréchal Joffre in Saint Germain en Laye had all the potential to become a beautiful family home, although initially dilapidated with spaces to be rethought.
We started with a total removal of all the levels of each floor in order to restructure all the spaces. We were able to lower the living room by more than 70cm and benefit from a ceiling height of nearly 2.80m. This allowed us to create a light and bright living room open to the kitchen.
Four luminous bedrooms with glass roofs were created to satisfy the whole family, as well as two bathrooms to avoid morning traffic jams. The attic was also converted into an office/guest room and a cozy garden was added outside.
Everything was thought, rethought and renovated so that everyone finds his space.
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE – BOOK DECO/ STRUCTURAL WORK / FINISHING WORK
Photo credits: Kokouna Interiors
Photographer : Marjan Denkov
We decided to highlight the height under the ceiling of the living room which was 2,80m with the Vertigo suspension of the designer Constance Guisset of the house Petite Friture. The choice of the color was obvious because the lines of the whole of the black metal canopies could marry perfectly with the black ribbons of this suspension which always makes sensation!
It creates thanks to its volume an intimate and cosy space…
It is one of our favorite decorating products at the agency…