Inhabited Furniture / Nicolas Reymond

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Architect: Nicolas Reymond
Location: Rue du Faubourg du Temple, 10, France
Engineer: 3C
Text:
Project Area: 92 sqm
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Julien Fernandez

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This parisian apartment was initially characterized by low ceiling, small rooms, and many windows. The renovation proposes, instead of walls, two large furnitures accessible by each side, to set up the space. These furnitures include and hide storages, kitchen cupboards, dressing, doors and bathrooms. They also separate day from night uses. A fluid and multipurpose space is provided : the entrance space is used alternately as a kitchen or as an office.

Text provided by Nicolas Reymond.

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© Julien Fernandez
© Julien Fernandez
© Julien Fernandez

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Cite: "Inhabited Furniture / Nicolas Reymond" 08 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 26 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=173683>
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  • mike G

    really cool looking!

    unfortunately, the lack of a toe-kick is gonna make that one uncomfortable kitchen to cook in; those few inches/centimeters make a world of difference.

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    very interesting plan of the kitchen, not like separately room, but like mixed use area!