Via Espaces Atypique

A soaring glass roof caps this Parisian apartment, which sits inside a converted print works from the late 19th century.

The light-filled home is on the market via Espaces Atypique for €2.95m and is set around a central patio which has rooms branching off around it. The living room features a 4.5-metre-high steel framed glass roof, and a study and library on the other side of the patio lead to two bedrooms.

An informal study can also be found on the mezzanine level of the Paris property, overlooking living spaces below. Industrial finishes pay homage to the building’s working roots, including steel and raw timbers. This is especially true in the kitchen and dining room on the upper level, which blends rustic elements with the feel of a joinery workshop.

A glass-covered dining terrace
Via Espaces Atypique
The apartment sits inside a former print works, and features a Eiffel-style steel framed ceiling set with glass panels
Via Espaces Atypique
The kitchen fuses industrial and rustic elements
Via Espaces Atypique

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