A house that draws inspiration from its 1930s origins. On the one hand, it displays fine restoration work - floors, period furniture - and on the other, creative tiling and bespoke storage, ensuring a functional family environment. The house has a Belle Époque spirit: a mansion with almost Mediterranean pastels, displaying details that seem to be from a past century, but which offer a modern touch. It’s the perfect blend, encapsulated by the contrast between an Eames rocking chair and an old restored theatre chair, between a Bernard Schottlander wall light and a rattan chandelier by Ilse Crawford. The type of house where you can live well.
© photos: Olivier Jeannin, Atelier Nova