In the heart of the Malesherbes district in Paris, you find these masterpieces of the interior design of the agency GCG architects.
On the menu of this one, the rehabilitation of a Haussmanian apartment of 320 m² in which lived a family of 6 people, a couple of lawyers and their 4 children. The architecture and interior design studio show how to do bold color without it being over the top, with a delightful, unique approach to design.
The three architects Alexandre Goulet, Olivia Charpentier and Dev Gupta, managed to reconcile the characteristics of this kind of property (the ceiling height, moldings, parquet, and fireplace) with a more modern style.
This is one of the trends of the moment to bring back these classics of architecture thanks to the re-fittings, the kitchen is open to the living room, openings of living spaces, and modern home decor, full of colors, an eclectic decoration.
In this big apartment, there is both a certain freedom of movement, an opening to the light, as with the Arabic tiles of one of the bathrooms. There is also a multitude of colors including white Haussmann, 2 to 3 maximum per piece to not drown. Contemporary furniture includes chairs with rounded and rectangular shapes that can be seen in the dining rooms and lounges.
Finally, the modern lighting and the chandeliers express a certain serenity in the interiors. GCG architects have given a boost to this apartment by adapting the charm of the old to the criteria of a large family while using a current and Parisian style, worthy of the most beautiful pictures of a decorative catalog.