Chambre Rednest par Paul Coudamy

For his project entitled Rednest, architect Paul Coudamy rethinking spatial planning of a room of the fifth arrondissement of Paris and its adjoining areas. In an area of ​​only 23 square meters, it nests sleeping space in an envelope mobile carmine red with sharp edges, created a dressing room, a corner office and transforms the bathroom.

Room Rednest Paul Coudamy states:

"The challenge was to have a room, a dressing room, a bathroom and an office area in 23 m². The design is based around a work on the porosity spaces. The library is a movable block that allows to control more or less the opening of the bed Its U-shape just cover the bed and allows configuration space by closing the dressing the bed or work area. This mobile system provides a closed bed and desired by the customer, this without clogging the space. a crimson lacquered paint reinforces the graphic dimension and define spaces with matt white walls. the disappearance of spatial boundaries is reinforced by the use of mirrors without tain that control the visible parts and hidden depending on the lighting. the bathroom is covered with resinous concrete, the toilet is hidden behind the doors of a false antique wardrobe. one can choose the degree of intimacy between the bathtub and the rest of the room thanks to the way mirror over the sink. "

Discover also other projects Paul Coudamy.

For more information, visit the website Paul Coudamy.

Photos: Benjamin Boccas

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