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Parisian Attic Apartment Renovated with Steel and OSB Wood

Parisian Attic Apartment Renovated with Steel and OSB Wood

Project: Parisian Attic Apartment Renovation
Architects: Florent Chagny Architecture
Location: Paris, France
Area: 50 square metres of floor space
Year 2018
Photographer: Camille Gharbi

French studio Florent Chagny Architecture renovates parisian attic apartment located at the top of a little residential wooden building built around 1830. located between the Pantheon and the Jardin des Plantes, the duplex apartment renovation features two raw, industrial materials: OSB wood and steel.

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Tasked with giving a new identity to the old apartment, the architects created a stylish, contemporary space with high ceilings and plenty of natural light. Only two materials were used in the renovation, OSB wood for the floor, modular kitchen and some pieces of furniture and steel for the staircase, the bookcase and the glass partition above the living room.

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The clients are delighted to live in a new contemporary stylish space, with a high ceiling and much more light, which is very important in the center of large cities like Paris.

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