guided tour of a Parisian apartment under Art Deco influence

In a variation of blues, whites and pinks, an apartment with a view of the sky and the Eiffel Tower, renovated by the GCG Architectes agency. Between Arts Deco influences and contemporary design, frescoes, mosaics and carpets harmonize with serenity.

Like an extension of the sky, an invitation to travel, the fresco created by the artist Sacha Floch Poliakoff evokes a landscape of ancient Greece. The architects wanted this living room with vast volumes to envelop it: rounded woodwork, deep sofa, Moroso, soft hand-knotted rug, Maison S… Designed by GCG Architectes, the coffee table is a sculpture in the shape of a lotus, whose ornate ribs handmade in teak seem to vibrate. On top, a ceramic vase and a hammered metal sculpture, Homata.

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The living room. Nicolas Matheus

Each bedroom has its adjoining bathroom. The children’s room has a walk-in shower with a wall of cement tiles with a graphic composition and, on the floor, a calmer tiled floor reminiscent of a granito. The cremone bolt and the window hinges have been painted black to emphasize their finesse, and to save space, a mirror has been installed at an angle.

The children’s bathroom. Nicolas Matheus

The parents’ bathroom is curvaceous with niches and the rounded structure of the shower walls. Made by Cika from the Lilikpó workshop, superb mosaics draw on the walls and on the floor sets of scrolls in different materials and colors.

The parents’ bathroom. Nicolas Matheus

In the entrance, in a nod to the very graphic motifs of the years 1925-1930, stained glass windows made by L’Âme du Vitrail. A deep blue painted bench cleverly hides the radiator, and on the floor, a rug by Marguerite Le Maire takes up the two shades of blue.

Entrance. Nicolas Matheus

Softness for the master bedroom: on the walls, a very matt, patinated white paint; the ceiling like a deep blue canopy contrasts with touches of pink, very pale for the headboard, and stronger on the carpet. Plaid, Moaroom. Sheets and cushions, La Redoute Interiors. Maison Dada bedside table.

The master bedroom. Nicolas Matheus

In the children’s room, the sky blue gently colors the ceiling and the deeper blue underlines the shelves in the playful shape of a little house. On the wallpaper, Over the colors, abundant foliage, a jungle like a refuge for photos Nicolas Mathéus the floor lamp with small birds.

The child’s room. Nicolas Matheus

An accordion partition separates the living room from a small library lounge. When it is folded up, the two living rooms are one, spacious and crossing. Deployed, the partition isolates the small room which became a guest room. The four colors of the palette created by the architects are present in the “capsule” motif, taken from the woodwork of the living room, carved into the wood and dressed in colored leather.

The small library lounge. Nicolas Matheus

Brass brings touches of gold to the furniture and, here too, to the tableware and linen-edged napkins, CFOC × Valérie Barkowski.

Tableware and linen napkins, CFOC × Valérie Barkowski. Nicolas Matheus

Cika, from the Lilikpó workshop, custom-made the mosaic top of the kitchen table. Glasses and carafe, Monoprix.

The mosaic top of the kitchen table. Nicolas Matheus

On the walls of the dining room, we find the woodwork created by GCG Architectes, painted matt white around the edges and shiny inside, topped with sky blue, like a horizon line. The raised ceiling with replicated patterns like a kaleidoscope, made by Atelier d’Offard, is encircled by darker blue which provides intimacy. Around the table, the chairs, Werner Panton, covered with a Lelièvre fabric. Tray on foot, CFOC.

The dining room. Nicolas Matheus

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