A household of 4, with a brand new child on the best way, lives on this colourful condo lately accomplished by Camille Hermand Architectures within the stylish seventh district of Paris. The house owners collect commonly across the dinner desk for household meals and casual dinners with pals. With the arrival of a brand new child they needed to maximise area of their busy household kitchen, by fusing the prevailing kitchen with the adjoining eating room. Merging the 2 interiors created an open and spacious kitchen-come-dwelling area, that’s each practical and stylish.
To the left, the Zimbabwe black granite work floor runs parallel to the wall of full-size fitted cabinets to the fitting. The cabinets operating beneath the work floor, that are made-to-measure and painted by hand in mat black emulsion, camouflage the oven and hob. The remaining kitchen home equipment are neatly out of sight within the full size cabinets to the fitting of the room. The partitions are solely painted in pale gray, enjoying on the symmetry within the room.
Operating alongside the wall over the black granite work floor is cement Azulej tiling. Hanging above are 4 clear suspension lights, giving a softening retro undertone to the kitchen. Sitting above the wall tiles is a slim black shelf that runs the size of the wall â superb for storing little kitchen equipment, spices and ornaments. Within the middle of the complete size cabinets is the breakfast hub, with loads of area for all the required breakfast home equipment. The again wall of the hub is roofed with colourful and graphic wallpaper by Minakani Lab, contrasting and bringing to life the calming environment of the pale gray partitions. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Camille Hermand Architectures]