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Front & Back Apartment

This neat Parisian flat was designed by H2O Architects and is just under 650 square feet.  With a unique flowing wall that is designed to define space while maintain the flow, it allows the owner, an avid comic book collector, to show off his collection.  The built in storage is pervasive through out the apartment and has really nice accent backings to break up the almost overwhelming white.


Here is what the architect had to say about the design:

The new design offers a continuous wide open space which expands, becomes more complex or dense depending on orientations and uses. These variances are defined by the variable geometries and the usable thickness of the casework and walls. A study on sculpting these depths allowed to create a variety of cavities, niches and alcoves. The sculpted shapes vary in size and colors to adapt to multiple functions in different locations. They can harbor either the vast collection of comics or a bar, a bathroom, a closet, and so on.

The front side of each shape always maintains its negative volume on the back. Behind the scenes can unveiled new uses taking place like cupboards, a desk, video, shelves, etc… In this manner, the apartment is continuously renewed and cross-views can become through-views.

living room

Check out the multi use area below.  First it is a flip out office, but tuck that away and you have storage for your things.



floorplanMore photos here

  1. Very cool- but the price tag on it was for the extreme-rich only, unfortunately. I think an dwell interview mentioned $400,000.00 for the renno only! Yikes! GREAT concept and color use though. i think this po-boy will have to stick with the cinder blocks n’ plank set-up for a few more years though! Love the additional diagrams you located btw!


  2. LIke the design concept very much!

    Does anyone know the brand or designer of the table lamp in the living room?


    • sorry none of my notes have that information, it is most likely a french brand

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