By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 - 16:29:54 PM.
Decorating a small studio apartment is obviously tricky as you want to adapt everything necessary within quite a small space. However decorating a studio at a 17th-century building is much harder as you will need to do more renovations. Architect Ariel Claudet altered this apartment which was once home to Eiffel Tower architect Gustave Eiffel to accommodate it for contemporary dwelling and did it successfully.
The entire apartment is only 22 square meters, the insides are impartial yet feature some odd detailing: a collection of copper pipes onto the walls. In addition to concealing the home's electrical wires, the pipes may be used for hanging up decorations, household items and other items. They may also readily negotiate the house's jagged surfaces.
The notion is based upon the traditional peg rail -- a hanging system manufactured by the Shakers, in which easy hooks are attached to lengths of timber. This system allows clothes, lightweight and tools chairs to be hung up when not being used. Copper was selected as it is quite cheap to source and also seems bold.
The apartment is painted white and decorated using a couple of monochromatic artworks produced by the architect himself. Bare light bulbs feature several points across the copper pipes, to illuminate key places like mirrors. Take a peek at the pics for inspired by this exceptional space!
Source : DigsDigs
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