Camille Hermand has implemented wonderful project of apartment called Victor Hugo in Paris in 2014. This apartment is located in an old building built in 1930 in 16th Parisian arrondissement. Unfortunately, overhaul hasn’t been here since 1960. Absence of load-bearing walls helped to transform inner space. Due to Camille Hermand, who is designer and architect, family with two children will have coziness and comfort here.
This 170 square meters apartment has fully equipped kitchen, three bedrooms with separated bathrooms, and a spacious leaving room that is represented by dining room with access to a balcony. Elegance and comfort are main features of this design. The biggest room is dining room, which was mentioned before. The room contains small office. Amazing glass lamps emphasize the high of the ceiling and fill the atmosphere with lightness.
Original kitchen provides you with pleasant pastime. Hanging lamp GRÄSHOPPA adds additional warmth and coziness to the kitchen. The main bedroom was made in a minimalist style. A large wardrobe in white occupies the whole length of the room. Moreover, bright textile and wallpapers fill the interior with additional fresh air.
Children’s rooms differ from each other by its individuality and originality. One of them is for football fan. The walls are decorated with wallpapers with monochrome panoramic views of Paris.
Color palette, plumbing arrangement and texture finishing make your stay more comfortable and pleasant here. Floor was made of granite while horizontal surfaces were faced with Karlite panels. Children room’s floor and walls were decorated with Azulej ceramic tiles.
Photos by Jennifer Sath