The interior design of this small 15sqm studio is characterized by its modern minimalist lines and the homogenic use of birch wood panels in contrast with the rustic parisian crooked oak roof structure.
It’s lack in space is made up for by its multi-use custom furniture integrated in the lateral walls making this studio a multiuse space. A sofa slides under furniture integrated in the lower part of the roof slope and becomes a bed. A kitchen island becomes a table. Every inch is optimized and customized.
The overall use of wood brings out the white rounded arch niche that houses a piano. This archetypical classical element strengthens the acoustic musical instrument and makes its presence central.