Warm, iridescent tones add an elegant touch to the interior of a duplex in Paris: Reverso in Brushed Bronze finish makes the difference in this renovation project

In the 11th arrondissement of Paris, a former carpentry workshop has been renovated and rethought as a mansard duplex: Heju Studio's project is characterised by an intimate and elegant interior concept, with solutions enriched in the bathrooms by Ritmonio proposals.

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Discretion and functionality

The lower floor of the Saint-Antoine flat is an open space accessed through a discreet and functional entrance. The kitchen contaminates the living room with custom-made space-saving solutions, while the sculptural staircase seems to 'hang' above the worktop. To give it lightness, the form has been reduced to the essential, highlighting the void, like a simple cut-out sheet of paper. The rigour and straight lines give the interior an expressive simplicity and an aesthetic with a strong personality.

A relaxing and cosy interior

The bookcase, the main element of the living room, made entirely by hand, echoes the rigour and lines of the staircase. On the upper floor, the sleeping area where whitened Douglas pine parquet, light wood wardrobes and room geometry contribute to a relaxing and cosy interior.

Reverso, a special touch

Two bathroom areas: one covered in beige waxed concrete, the other total white. The Reverso tapware by Ritmonio adds a special touch to the interiors: the warm, iridescent tones of the Brushed Bronze finish combine with the discreet charm of sobriety.

Photo credits: Courtesy Heju Studio