Saint Germain

Who would have guessed that this Rive Gauche apartment used to be a law office?

Project by Fendler-Seemuller Architectes

The story

Parisian-based architecture firm Fendler-Semuller worked hand in hand with interior designer  Damien Langlois-Meurinne in transforming a former law office into a luxurious home. Located on the city’s Rive Gauche, the apartment spans 430m² and overlooks the sprawling garden of a well-known hotel particulier in Faubourg Saint-Germain.

 

Given a carte blanche by the owners of the apartment, the interior designer set out to create strikingly different atmospheres in each room. Langlois-Meurinne deftly mixed pieces by contemporary French designers such as Hervé Van der Straeten and Eric Schmitt alongside antiques and modernist designs by Italian architect Carlo Carli, to build a layered and lived-in home.

The details

Category

Renovation

Location

Paris,

France

Mission

– Pre design
– Schematic design
– Design development
– Construction documents
– Bidding and negotiation with contractors
– Construction administration

Project length

10 months

Surface area

430m²

Budget

Undisclosed