The study of these environments was born from the desire to compare with the European Deco starting in a Parisian nineteenth century building facing the waterfront, overlooking Notre-Dame,
Water is the natural element that has inspired the design of a home lived as a romantic Bateau-Mouche: reflecting the game of life, the “real” Bateau-Mouche passing below the windows illuminate all the spaces and colour them in bright reflections.
The welcome area, extends on two levels, and is introduced by a long, narrow entrance that runs alongside it. Spaced on two floors it is furnished with a sinuous game of seatings, sofas and armchairs. The colours and the furnishing shapes selected during the design stage – as well as the coatings of the walls, designed exclusively – accompany the eye whilst walking through the house
Suspended ceilings also join in the game of curves and reflections, which continue to the salle de bains – a project within the project – where the great backlit onyx wall is reflected in the mirror glass wall.
The fine materials chosen for all rooms bear witness to the exceptional degree of attention given to every detail, wooden details, marble, finishings, velvets , fabrics, which are the main characters of this Paris event.