In defining the space with a modular structure of metal and glass, the architect Nicolas Vignot has transformed an ex studio keeping its industrial spirit.
The dining room has been at the widest part of the piece, headed by a board of plywood that rests on a steel pipe, and school chairs. In the background we can see perfectly aligned the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom, separated by a panel system.
In the corner for the room it installed a partition to isolate the bathroom, and is used to place the fireplace. On the right we see a huge library designed by Vignot and two Le Corbusier chairs in metal and leather.
The kitchen is the area of the house that best preserves the industrial spirit of the piece.
The bedroom is defined by rotating panels made of metal and polycarbonate (a translucent plastic that provides more opacity than glass).
Upon entering the bed we can see no other company than a couple of lamps and a large cupboard in the background. The ceiling pipes are left exposed, emphasizing the industrial spirit of the place.
In the bathroom, a large mirror over a large basin with bathroom cabinet built in, and separated by a ceramic wall, the corner is the washer.
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