It might be in Lyon but this apartment is channeling some serious Californian vibes.
Nicknamed after Pierre Koenig’s 1958 LA Case Study House, the Bailey residence underwent a complete restoration 18 months ago by its interior architect owner.
Stone walls and ‘shortbread’ beamed wooden ceilings have been left exposed inside the 65 sq m apartment, while a 1960s-style kitchen is partially enclosed by a concertina glass partition off the living room.
Blonde hardwood floors, white walls and a collection of vintage and Midcentury-inspired furniture complete the ‘Francofornia’ look. There’s even a surfboard in the mix.
The two-bedroom property has an additional mezzanine-level sleeping area for guests, as well as an attic and cellar space. It’s on the market via Héloïse Daltier of Bumper France for €325,500.