Paul Coudamy : Studio Nuctale

In the district of Butte aux Cailles in 13ème arrondissement of Paris, architect Paul Coudamy designed the "studio Nuctale" a small housing 35 m² lit by a huge fixture 5 meters long and consists of 15 sources 76 frosted acrylic triangles.

"Nuctale" takes its name from the Fractal Cloud and gives birth to this fixture to the tunes of geometric cloud. Modular, it is articulated through a set of hinges and 206 824 rivets. This imposing figure unfolds in this apartment which implements a minimum of space and matter. In order to fully optimize the reduced surface, all furniture and storage space was designed and tailor-made cons plated digitally cut to blend in this Parisian interior.

photographs: Benjamin Boccas

For more information, visit the website Paul Coudamy.

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