Interiors · March 3, 2021 0

Two Apartments Were Combined To Create This Minimalist Space That Maintains Some Of The Historic Wood Structure

NAME Architecture has designed the ‘White Apartment’ as a result of transforming a single family sized flat along with a studio in Paris, France.

The combined apartment has been designed for family-friendly living, with an open communal space that includes a living room, dining room, and kitchen, which cater to a variety of different activities and create a space for entertaining guests.

The designers also chose to keep some of the original wood structure and integrated it into the new layout.

A modern open plan apartment with exposed wooden structure, built-in shelving, and a white color theme.

Throughout the apartment, like in the kitchen, the finishes have been kept minimal, creating a neutral yet stylish backdrop to family life.

A white kitchen with minimalist cabinets and a large island.

In the main bedroom, custom joinery and neutral colors are accented by a gray bed frame and bedding, and a touch of brass.

In the master bedroom, bespoke joinery and neutral colors are accented by a gray bed frame and bedding, and a touch of brass.
In the master bedroom, bespoke joinery and neutral colors are accented by a gray bed frame and bedding, and a touch of brass.
A minimalist white interior with natural wood elements.

The main bathroom combines Carrara marble and functional concrete for a contemporary feel.

This white master bathroom combines Carrara marble and functional concrete for a contemporary feel.
This white master bathroom combines Carrara marble and functional concrete for a contemporary feel.

In a secondary bathroom, small white hexagonal tiles cover the wall, while a geometric mirror adds an artistic element.

A modern white bathroom with small white hexagonal tiles and exposed original woodwork.

The floor plan layouts below show how the two separate apartments have been combined into one.

The floor plan layouts show how two separate apartments have been combined into one.
Photography by Marcela Spadaro, Naaro Photography, and NAARO