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  7. Studio Li / Anne Rolland Architecte

Studio Li / Anne Rolland Architecte

  • 20:00 - 17 February, 2016
Studio Li / Anne Rolland Architecte
Studio Li / Anne Rolland Architecte, © Jérôme Fleurier
© Jérôme Fleurier

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© Jérôme Fleurier
© Jérôme Fleurier

Text description provided by the architects. This one-room flat is located in one of the oldest part of Paris, in a mid-seventeenth century mansion townhouse. Connected to the ground floor of the yard, what were the former stables became the kitchen of the master flat above.

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Axonometric 2

Then, it of was abandoned during 70 years, until 2013, when detached and sold apart. Anne Rolland's Studio undertook in 2015 to refurbish it as a cosy one room flat.

© Jérôme Fleurier
© Jérôme Fleurier

Transformation started with partition walls removal, in order to create a large space feeling. The facade wall is cleared to welcome the daylight, while the opposite one reveals from kitchen to shower its old limestone masonry again.

© Jérôme Fleurier
© Jérôme Fleurier

Space is divided in two by amultipurpose closet furniture: on one side the bed corner and the toilet, on the other one kitchen and living space. This furniture, entirely made of birch plywood, first raises the bed from the floor on an intimate stage, and is also used as storage space, as desk and dressing room.

© Jérôme Fleurier
© Jérôme Fleurier

During the work, the former slurry pit was found, and was restored. A 10sqm bonus for the flat ! A piece of glass floor and a mechanic trap door were installed to make access to daylight and visitors.

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Cite: "Studio Li / Anne Rolland Architecte" 17 Feb 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/782167/studio-li-anne-rolland-architecte/> ISSN 0719-8884
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