The classical arrangement of the representative rooms, in contrast to the modernist floor plan of the serving rooms, represents the particularity of this building constructed in the 1930 by a young Parisian architect.
The purpose was to unite the previously strongly separate sections of the apartment into a complete entity and thus make the entire area usable for a family. The architectural proposal works with the contrasting specifics found within the apartment. The classical elements and surfaces have been restored and reduced in their presence. The ornamentless and pure modernist part was brought to life through precise structural changes and a fine choice of materials and colors. In this subtle way a coherent and contemporary ensemble was created.–