The studio has renovated a loft apartment in the Paris city's modern neighbourhood (19e), stripping down its interiors to replace them using bespoke finishes and filling the spaces with custom furniture. Encompassing 85 square metres, the home has an open-plan configuration for the kitchen, living and dining room, while the bedroom, bathroom, and dressing room are kept separate.The layout of the apartment was reconfigured to optimise the rooms and allow fluid, discreet circulation between the bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. The freed-up space was used to create a large open living room, bathed in natural light.The large living area allows plenty of space for entertaining guests. It contains a kitchen with white-stained oak cabinets, which complement warm wooden countertops and pale blue and brown marble backsplashes.Minimalist furniture designed for the apartment includes the kitchen table and chairs, made of wood and steel, and two puffy grey couches within the living room. A floor-to-ceiling bookshelf runs along an entire wall of the living room near the kitchen, holding plants and other home objects and shelter the home office.