A Parisian might call this apartment a ‘typical Immeuble Hausmannien’: venerable, imposing, grand. But look closer. The entire property has been carefully reconfigured – walls moved, rooms re-proportioned – to offer the most modern of living spaces.
The kitchen is now central, and the ceilings dropped to accommodate high-spec audio, lighting and air-conditioning systems.
With Italian antique furniture and contemporary art to grace the soaring walls – together with a connected guest studio with private entrance – this is a property which brings the modern and the classic into perfect harmony.