неделя, 12 февруари 2012 г.

Renovated duplex apartment in Paris

 The building, which is this house was built in 1850. The project started in 2003 when architects Valerio Ferrari and Cynthia Maria Mazzone buy 60 square meters on the fifth floor of the building, located on the left bank of the Seine. They buy and 10 lofts with 10 square meters each, designed for staff ever.
The project was selected among the best of the 2011 Interior Design section. The award is sponsored by Interior Design magazine.
The project is due to the belief that a family space, and every household to keep secrets to be discovered, the idea that the architect has translated using the elements that could redefine the space. "Think about the environment in which we live, as something already given and invariably reduces the charm of the relationships that have the same environment. So I thought that the total redesign of spaces, places, features, details, even down spatial some unexpected obstacle, forcing residents to have at times focus on different things, "says Maria Valerio Ferrari.
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apparently  of this design approach are doors located not only for opening and closing of the rooms, but also to create unusual, are not orthogonal to extend entry to the next space and the creation of a forced passage, with walls of below in greater access to the heart of the house with a kitchen divided into "kitchen" and "preparation area" to create the steps is not very easy to cross. To highlight walking around the house is made of rounded walls to invite seemingly on the body and then move from one medium to another. In the playroom, in addition, the ceiling is sloped as tepee, which require attention in motion.
 
  In the living room ceiling beams and stone cutting iron wall, originating from the nineteenth century dialogue on an equal footing with the historic design and furniture: armchairs manufactured by Cassina.
 
 In the living room, dining room furnished with a table of eight, surrounded by wicker chairs by Andre Groult (1937), purchased at a flea market and the console in 1950 by Hans Wegner .
 
  On the right side in the study desk and library vintage approach to ergonomic seats Stokke blue chair and sing by Toshiyuki Kita for Cassina. Seats with flowers instead of lining pieces are 40 years
 
 
 
  Unusual placement of walls and doors, sometimes unnecessary, often hinges on the shares, which are also mobile, "can create unusual crossings, which are not orthogonal, which expanded entry into the next area."

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