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Rock The Loft by Nido Architecture / Paris

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Located in Paris, Rock The Loft is an apartment designed by Nido Architecture.

Description by Nido Architecture: For this glazed-façade long loft located in Bastille, NIDO played with glass and mirrors to re-inforce the atelier language. The long wall with the kitchen and office space with the guitars display is considered the « technical wall » and it has been unified by the long metal top shelves. This brick and metal, black and white atmosphere is warmed-up by the rustic wood floor, the fireplace and the generous continuous linen curtain along the façade.

Architecture and Interior design: NIDO Architecture
Location: Paris
Completed: September 2015

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