The architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty from the Paris studio Ko have made a name for themselves around the world with their dramatic designs. Here, however, the two are in their hometown of Paris, bringing their luxurious mix of bespoke pieces and flea market finds to a sophisticated loft overlooking the rooftops of Paris. Paris is a city with its own sophisticated and stunning style that inspired the entire design with a 360 ° view of Parisian rooftops and monuments.
The inspiration for the design comes from both a modern Parisian lifestyle and the atmosphere of the always chic LA Chateau Marmot. The specific features of the space and the dark, sultry color palette intended for a well-traveled individual entrepreneur bring in masculinity, while glossy surfaces and rich velvets add a dimension of luxury. A combination of furniture from the Parisian flea market Puces de Saint Ouen and bespoke pieces gives the room character.
Each room in the loft meets the viewer in its own way and with its own accents. I consider rough metal industrial stairs to be the most exciting statement in the house. It’s just so simple and beautiful at the same time and blends in perfectly with the environment. What would you say about a dark kitchen with a shiny brass kitchen island? So original! I admire the bathroom design with its tiny mosaic tiles, a graphic print wall and a metal sink. It is another contrasting place that is decorated with impeccable taste. The living room has a peaceful design with lots of warm wood and calm hues, but this bold red sofa changes the whole look and doesn’t make the room look boring. Each room is decorated with bold statements, but they’re not too much. The designers found a perfect combination and a lot of accents so as not to get a fussy interior.
Overall, this Parisian loft is a truly masculine space with unexpected details and cool details, contrasts and lots of fun, every bachelor dreams of such a home! Check this out and get your pin button ready for some cool ideas!