Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin were approached to transform a 1960s house into a bright and open interior.
Having a great challenge on their hands, both architects decided to reconfigure the previous “cramped” layout in order to create the illusion of greater space.
“The Little-Big House”, so-called by the clients, is a prime example that your home is what you want it to be, regardless of size. With such decorate techniques, here you’re presented with an open living room fulfilled with super sleek bespoke furniture.
All the walls and ceilings, painted in white, were paired with a wood floor, which links the living spaces together.
Exuding a relaxing vibe, a freestanding dining table is placed in front of a sizeable window with a privileged view of the hills.
Light, gentle and elegant this suspension ﬁxture adds a French touch to any cool commercial establishment. Its structure is handmade in brass and the lampshades in aluminium, it is also possible to have with an adjustable drawbar so that you can move it anytime.
The architects relocated the kitchen, choosing a light material palette and minimal furnishings. To create the idea of a more fluid space, shades of a pale green are combined with a marble countertop.
This sliding glass door with direct access to a small patio is such an interesting idea!
This low-wood fronted unit plays a crucial role to separate three sides of the living area. Only those who have a keen eye for detail would use the space so brilliantly.
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“To overcome the narrow footprint of the master bathroom, we opened up the ceiling, added a skylight, and combined a continuous graphic tile with a light material palette,” said the architects.
Note how those copper fixtures create a sumptuous and luxurious bathroom!
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