This is an a+b kasha design/renovation project on rue de Verneuil in Paris. It’s an excellent example of how much space you can squeeze out of 32 square meters (350 square feet), as long as it’s carefully thought through.
This is a small, yet very efficient bedroom. By choosing a perfect-fitting bed, no space is lost, yet there’s a cozy, nest-like feeling.
This kitchen is tucked into a corner, but is fully equipped, and has plenty of storage and counter space. With a sleek modern design, it provides a modern contrast to the old, restored Versaille parquet floor and beams in the wall. The beams were a happy surprise in the renovation process; they were hidden behind decades of plaster and paint. When they were discovered breaking down a wall, we modified the design to feature the centuries-old wood.
The wall in the living area features a large abstract painting from one of our favorite artists Tompit, to add color and expand the room.