With a dimension much closer to the hotel room than to a real apartment, the focus for the restoration of this Parisian studio is on the quality and richness of traditional craftsmanship materials such as oak and marble. The starting point of the whole reflection was the pre-existing masonry structural element that encloses the bathroom area.
Starting from that volume, the desire was to find a liaison between the various architectural and decorative elements that could hierarchize and organize the space, giving it a strong aesthetic imprint.
The entrance and the kitchen area are made lower by a shelving system, hidden by a thick wooden batten. The living space, on the other hand, is wider and more generous in height and lets us guess the bedroom mezanine without really showing it.