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Arnaud Apartment by Batiik Studio

Arnaud Apartment

Arnaud Apartment is a tiny studio dwelling completed in October 2016 by Batiik Studio for a young bachelor. The apartment is located in Saint-Denis, France, and has an area of 32 square meters. The project was completed with a budget of 32,000 euros. Project manager: Joanna PeraPhotography: Bertrand Fompeyrine

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