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In the heart of Brussels, interior architect Arnaud Masson transformed two partitioned houses into a spacious and luminous family home . Clean lines, statement furniture pieces and natural materials are the key words for this house which has a beautiful view on a two leveled garden.
An old Brussels mansion has been revisited into a sophisticated loft by a French interior designer. She cleverly structured the space by adding a “wooden cabin” which hosts the kitchen.
An old parisian warehouse has been revisited into a sophisticated loft by French interior architect Grégoire de Lafforest.
Of noble architecture and with certain nostalgia of the past, this beautiful Paris 19 th century mansion is far from cliché.
Emmanuelle is a true Parisian. So when it comes to design or food, she knows what’s up. Over the past decade, this cosmopolite Frenchy has built a reputation as a global tastemaker in Paris, New York and Dubai.
Philippe and Anthony fell in love with an old run-down textile factory. They both brilliantly transformed the huge space into a multipurpose loft.
Anne is the founder of a French Brand specialised in household linens. She fell in love with an old run down factory which she and her husband brilliantly transformed into their home.
In the outskirts of Paris, an old boilermaking factory, turned into a painter’s studio, before becoming a family home and working space.
In the heart of a typical old medieval Dutch village, a 17th century church links the remnants of the past with contemporary volumes.
A French interior decorator found the perfect home in Paris (France) and refitted it to accomodate her family .
This apartment captivates with its fluid circulation and understatedness, perfectly balanced by a simple decor
An old button factory renovated by its owners with raw materials, industrial architecture and vintage finds.
A French interior decorator found the perfect house in Bordeaux (France) and refitted it to accomodate her family and her own studio.
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