Soft Ambiences with Rugs by Studio Kompa brings some of the most impotent Interior Design Project of Studio Kompa with different rugs.
Jean-Pierre Aldebert and Jean-Philippe Passot created Studio Kompa 30 years ago.
The idea began when they joined the Wilmotte agency after graduating from the Parisian design schools Boulle and Camondo, respectively. By welcoming Caroline Layrac, a government-accredited architect, Studio Kompa is naturally opening itself up to architecture. The end result is a high-performing mix of know-how and sensitivity.
Studio Kompa’s projects are centered on creating contemporary renovations.
The transformation is part of the agency’s scope and also meets the varied needs of its clients. As a multitalented agency Studio Kompa is able to create projects for retail, business, and private clients.
Studio Kompa has also had much success designing for luxury brands, has redesigned office buildings and famous hotels.
A restructuration of a 350m² townhouse in Paris for a collector. The project has an integration into the architecture of works of art made to measure for the space.
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A 240m restructuration apartment in a city duplex located in Paris.
The project gives way to the creation of custom-made furniture and a terrace.
Renovation of a 19th-century villa of 650sqm located in Grasse, Côtes d’Azur. The mission was to do the restructuration for external and internal architecture, including the creation of custom furniture and decorative elements.
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A new project construction in the middle of a clearing in a wooded site on the edge of a cliff with the use of traditional materials.
A discreet door opens onto a real Japanese cabinet facing east, on the side of the rising sun. The view, through the large porthole, over the garden decorated with mossy rocks and bamboos accentuates the serenity of the place. Shoji tatamis, tokonoma, and sliding partitions were custom-made in Japan.
Restructuration of a classic 300sqm apartment in Paris with custom-made furniture elements creation, that brings a touch of modernity.
A farmhouse renovation, dating from the late 1940s, to create a “family house” in the spirit of Arts and Craft where interior elements have been custom-made by local craftsmen. The creation of numerous openings has been designed each time in relation to the gardens and the surrounding countryside.
Renovation of an apartment 330m² in Paris.
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A renovation Project of a Chalet in Méribel.
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