Napoléon Study, The Haussmanian Neoclassicism
Interior design study of an Haussmanian apartment in Paris: half of the property is composed of a triple reception and a large reception hall have been preserved in its volume. The other part has been completely reinvented it terms of space by our interior architect practice. The main aim: harmonising the circulation and the rooms by creating 3 private and autonomous spaces.
The complete property has been reinvented in a Neoclassic Style, with maximum storage space integrated. The primary hassle has been to give the impression, that this apartment has always existed under this appearance, however as a unique place.