Minimalism At Its Best In This 70’s French Apartment! – Paris Design Agenda


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Minimalism At Its Best In This 70's French Apartment!
Minimalism At Its Best In This 70’s French Apartment!



Minimalism is the trend that has been going around for some time now, and it’s filled with a simple yet sophisticated concept. Located in the small town of Asnières-Sur-Seine, this two-bedroom apartment initially had a ’70s aesthetic and went on being renovated to a Minimalism project. Join Paris Design Agenda to get a look at this amazing apartment!

The serene primary bedroom features an Oluce lamp, a Ferm Living candleholder, and an &Tradition pendant lamp.


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Miles is a classic Mid-Century Modern Table Lamp, which brings back the sophisticated atmosphere of the ’50s. It is essentially a copper table lamp that casts a soft glaze that will suit your modern entryway in the most flattering way. It also looks stunning when put on display as an office lamp, so don’t be afraid to try and use it as a sophisticated study table lamp.


An &Tradition wall light was placed in the beautiful and relaxing bathroom, due to its natural materials, such as light wood, and marble.

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This elegant Silk Vessel Sink is handcrafted in a majestic marble. With soft edges and round details that resemble Silk, a noble fabric known for its delicate texture, this Vessel Sink can be in different marble types, allowing you to match it with your favorite colors.


The simple Hay sofa with the Benjamin Rossignol artwork creates an atmosphere of lightness with the perfect pop of color. One of the biggest changes to the home was this arched “living wall” created by the architects. The yellow Roly Poly chair by Faye Toogood adds a pop of color to the living room furnished with a Serax coffee table and vases by AYTM and LRNCE.

Get The Look:

Novak Sofa is a sofa that combines some details from mid-century style with a contemporary design vision.


In the dining room, &Tradition chairs surround the made-to-measure table by Heju with an Atelier Areti ceiling light above this minimalism area. An Ettore Sottsass table lamp sits on the USM shelves.


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