With their refined interiors, several agencies favor sobriety taken to the extreme and thus announce the great return of minimalism in our homes. This week, the editorial staff of Muuuz unveils five inspiring minimalist interiors which prove to us that in terms of interior, less is more.
In Venice, in the university district of Dorsoduro, the designer and interior architect Dorothée Meilichzon rehabilitated an historic palazzo, transformed in the XNUMXth century into the headquarters of the shipping company Adriatica, to welcome Il Palazzo Experimental, the last hotel in the Experimental Group. In the hotel restaurant, the designer mixes influences and celebrates Italy.
At the head of the architectural agency Atelier Steve since 2016, the young Frenchwoman Pauline Borgia likes to take a fresh look at old-fashioned interiors. After several successful projects, she is now tackling the dated development of an apartment nestled in the heart of the Batignolles. A renovation with character that transforms the dusty interior of this typically Parisian accommodation into a contemporary gem. A real master stroke!
If our vacation in Santorini (Greece) seems compromised, our imagination can take us as far as we wish. An observation which inspired the London agency Child Studio which offers a virtual concept for the Plenaire brand which smells good of the beach. When design, cosmetics and summer landscapes combine with the present.
The French gallery owner Amélie du Chalard entrusted Batiik Studio with the design of her Art Room. Located at 8 rue Clauzel in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, the Amélie gallery, Maison d'art exhibits various works and hosts artistic residences in an exhibition space designed like a town house.
Deconfinement, day 1! However, if one can slowly start to leave the house, to take the short of his life still seems to be an illusion. To prepare for the next day or escape the time of a fantasy, Muuuz offers this week a selection of Parisian restaurants all crazier than each other, in which it will be good to find his friends when the time comes .
Nicolas Dorval-Bory Architects and VORBOT Architects join forces to respond to the daring cultural project led by the City of Poitiers (86) and financed by the municipality, the department and the State. They thus took up the challenge of designing contemporary spaces dedicated to hosting artistic residences in the former home of the writer, pro-European politician, anti-fascist activist and French journalist Jean-Richard Bloch.
The Parisian interior architecture agency Ubalt Architectes, founded in 2015 by Mylène Vasse and Nastasia Potel, transforms an apartment in Montreuil (93) into a minimalist white, black and gray loft enhanced by touches of subtle colors. It is one of the most representative of the duo's surprising palette, combining here graphic lines, delicate colors and worked materials.
The Dutch studio of interior architecture and design Framework breathes new life into a house located in the financial district of Amsterdam (Netherlands), now the new Eldorado for city dwellers and expatriates. For sponsors passionate about design, the agency brings together plaster walls, ribbed marble, parquet and terracotta floors, custom-made furniture and antique furniture.