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Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Project: Mr. Etienne Apartment
Architects: Atelier du Pont
Location: Paris, France
Photos: Vincent Leroux for MilK decoration, Manuel Zublena, Daphné Lejeune (materials)

The Mr. Etienne apartment is located in an 18th century building, a stone’s throw from the Place des Victoires: a chic district for shock renovation.

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Designed as a unique piece, no doors or classic partitions for this living space. Large volumes and a row of endlessly enhanced windows allow you to enjoy the view.

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Large “pivoting screen” and “wooden box” serve to delimit spaces and create privacy.

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

Mr. Etienne Apartment by Atelier du Pont

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