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Retro Style Apartment in Paris / BäN Architecture

Retro Style Apartment in Paris

Architects: BäN Architecture
Project: Retro Style Apartment
Location: Paris, France
Area: 67 sqm
Photography: Bertrand Fompeyrine

This retro style apartment was recently completed by BäN Architecture. The apartment has an area of 67 m2 and is located not far from Canal de l’Ourcq, Paris. In this apartment, the long corridor meters have been removed to make way for an extra room in a retro-urban style.

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