and a wooden railing. This floor is dedicated to the parents. It is composed of a master suite consisting of a bedroom, a bathroom, a shower, a toilet and a dressingroom. The bedroom has access to a terrace with a wooden pergola facing towards the pagoda just below. There is also on this floor an an office / guest room also benefiting from access to the terrace.
The imposing volumetry on this floor is the direct result of the work on the shape of the roof.
The materials emphasize the evolution of the existing to the new extension: the entire facade preserved was taken with a light gray mineral plaster, while new parts are covered by a larch cladding, contrasting with steel joinery black lacquer.
The volumetry of the roof is the consequence of important urban planning constraints.
At last, the garden has been remodeling on the basis of japanese garden and the fences modified with larch cladding to harmonized the whole project.
Gross Floor Area (mq)147
Design teamAgnès Chryssostalis-Agnès Guillemin-Riham Elgamal
Main ContractorFarc and Ebenisterie Goyon
ConsultantsUn Jardinier à Paris
Photo CreditsCécile Septet
Curriculum studio / partecipanteAgnès Guillemin and Agnès Chryssostalis share the same name and the same formation
They discover complementary, sharing the same sensitivity that forges their duo.
After school, they continue their journey in Parisian offices, separately this time: a practical apprenticeship in teamwork, an economic and programmatic synthesis of the projects on which they work. But the envy has just developed a vocabulary of its own.
A choice that led them to create in 2005 their own workshop.
Design “from the inside out”, use by touches of color, sensitivity for the interiority and vision of any “object” as a small architecture - they
also create a furniture design unit.
Gradually the agency turns to public place and then the public commands: the contact with different contractors develops their capacity to adapt to a wide range of demands and budgets.
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