Saint Paul Apartment – 18th-Century Paris Loft Renovated with Eclectic Charm

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Located in a historic district of Paris, the Saint Paul apartment is a one-bedroom residence recently redesigned by architect Margaux Beja.

Description by Margaux Beja: This redevelopment of an apartment of the eighteenth century in the heart of the Marais retains the charm of the old while mixing in elements contemporains.

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A glass wall separates the living space from the chamber to let the light spread throughout the Saint Paul apartment.

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A “Technical Wall” (sheltering bathroom, toilet, laundry and dressing) is concealed behind a wall of solid walnut. A choice of raw materials and neutral colors to highlight the existing volumes.

Architects: Margaux Beja
Location: Le Marais, Paris, France
Year: 2015
Photo courtesy: Alexis Cottin & Julien Fernandez

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