Lofty volumes await inside this glass-capped Parisian apartment, which takes over a former wallpaper factory in the city’s 10th arrondissement.
Though modernised, the building’s industrial features have been preserved giving a rugged feel to the three-bedroom property, which is close to the Marché Saint-Martin.
Its most dramatic space is the living room, capped by a 7.3-metre-high glass ceiling. It is the central hub of the Paris property – on the market for €2.8m via Espaces Atypiques – and is outfitted with minimalist white walls and warm wooden floors. A gym, bedroom and indoor swimming pool branch off this voluminous space.
The kitchen is tucked behind a concrete, glass and steel staircase, which leads to the 40 sqm master bedroom, and a mezzanine level studio or seating space that overlooks the living room below.
Upstairs in the warehouse conversion, frosted glass doors provide privacy while staying true to the 323 sq m apartment’s working roots as a manufacturing plant.
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