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.
Moulin d'Ubalt Architects
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.
Saint-Denis apartment from JCPCDR
Paris is full of surprises! The proof with this amazing 75 square meter apartment located rue Saint-Denis. Between Haussmannian work and Scandinavian inspiration, the project signed JCPCDR is a contemporary, luminous whole and gives pride of place to atypical volumes, characteristic of the capital. A source of inspiration for all city dwellers who would like to refresh their decoration!
House in Beaune d'Atelier Ordinaire
Known for his woodwork, the Ordinary Workshop signs a new family book in Burgundy. It is more precisely in Beaune that the Alsatian agency conceives a prefabricated house dialoguing with the forest landscape and intended for a couple of winegrowers. A most contemporary cabin built offsite that lets in light through large openings cleverly placed.
Apartment L of Pseudonym
Founded in July 2017, the young Parisian agency Pseudonyme proves that value does not wait for the number of years. After revaluing the facade of the famous Circus Hotel in Berlin (Germany), the architectural duo displays their taste for metallic textures and signs a unique place in the heart of the capital's 6th district, between private space, collector's apartment and gallery art. Focus on a studio that we haven't finished hearing about ...
MA of Extra Medium
The “MA” project is first and foremost a family story. The land, bought by the architect's relatives in the early 2000s, was once a typical Vaucluse farm merging with the landscape. Taken over by the Extra Medium teams 4 years ago, the house is transformed into a haven of peace where landscape, charm and design coexist in harmony.