Monochrome Duplex Apartment by Pascal Grasso Architectures
Jan 25, 2011 19:37
One of the major highlights of this 280m² apartment designed by Paris-based architectural studio Pascal Grasso Architectures is its complex walls geometry:
As you can see, there are a lot of plaster boxes on walls and floors. Some are used for decorative elements while some other conceal functions like lighting, air-conditioning, a sound system and ventilation. The hidden lightning system also provides diffused, indirect and scalable light. The result is a living space that looks dynamic and very unique.
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