Somewhere in the Grand Paris, the house rests at the foot of a tower. It marks the entrance to a residence composed of 20 identical semi-detached houses built in the early 1980s.
An okoume plywood sliding interior facade hosts two enclosed beds, a bathroom and a dressing room. A large bay opens onto the enclosed garden, invisible up until now. A vast carpet, conveniently pierced, highlights the existing staircase and the objects around. A curtain wall separates the master bedroom. A couple of mobile desk-closets move around as activities take place. Continue reading MBL architectes