Atelier du Pont invested their creative process into a project on a Parisian apartment. Located on the heart of the city of light, Paris, there’s a 18th century building, and within an apartment that was completely renovated. Today, Paris Design Agenda unveils all its amazing features and the latest trends they decided to use in order to refurnish this apartment completely.
Right on the center of the city of Paris, there’s an iconic apartment placed on an historic 18th Century building. This apartment was beautifully refurnished by Atelier du Pont, a firm created in 1997, by the amazing duo, Anne-Cécile Comar and Philippe Croisier. They joined forces to adventure themselves onto an amazing project in this apartment.
The amazing interiors feature an open plan, in order to establish a contemporary living space, which translates into a modern and minimalistic décor. This minimalistic trend, from Atelier Du Pont, sits on a lightness and transparency vibe, and yet completely luxurious and full of light from every corner. Curiously, the project for this apartment has the purpose to portrait as a single room, without any doors or separations.
Atelier du Pont‘s goal is definitely the openness that is established throughout every room in the apartment, using only a revolving screen and a wooden cube to divide those space spaces. These resources are meant to be flexible, which means that it can be used only when need of some privacy, adapting the apartment to your desires.
The materials used throughout the apartment were strategically though out, in order to maintain a certain kind of light and contemporary touch to it. Light colored timber and terrazzo are the main stars when it comes to materials, keeping the apartment absolutely minimalistic and equipped with the most stylish and latest trends.
Alongside these crucial elements, custom made furniture stands as an unique design statement, embellishing the spaces to its fully potential. On Rue Etienne Marcel, at the central neighborhood, in Paris, you can admire this luxurious and contemporary apartment, that’s an absolute masterpiece from Atelier du Pont.
Credits by: Manuel Zublena