Guillaume Alan combines classical architectural elements and noble materials with very contemporary furniture in a Haussmannian apartment in the 16th arrondissement.

Nestled close to the Trocadéro, in the 16th arrondissement, the apartment is spacious, bright and chic. Aware of the potential of the place, Guillaume Alan has completely reorganized and reinterpreted this apartment by enhancing its visual harmony and identity. Each room in the apartment has been designed as an entity in a whole, where beautiful materials in sober tones and custom-designed furniture blend perfectly.

In the spectacular entrance there are now arches in rough stone in which mirrors are embedded. In the living room, the atmosphere is both cozy and welcoming: vaults accentuate the ceiling height and the large custom-designed bay window lets in light. On the floor, marble slats sit alongside brushed oak parquet. In the dining room and in the kitchen, sharp lines contrast with the organic curves of the furniture.

The master bedroom opens onto the bathroom. Without frills or superfluous ornaments, the bathroom displays a sophisticated simplicity, and stands out with its marble floor with discreet veining. Throughout the apartment, Guillaume Alan has declined a palette of sober and mineral colors, and distilled sophisticated furniture.

A minimalist space full of volume and light.

To learn more, visit Guillaume Alan's website.

Visuals: © Guillaume Alan


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