Spectral: a renovated apartment in Paris

June 26, 2013 Comments Off on Spectral: a renovated apartment in Paris

This old and small apartment with just an area of 20m2 is located in Levallois (Paris, France). The designer was paid € 33,000 to completely transform it that make it a modern urban expression of the minimalist lifestyle. This apartment was named Spectral due to the lighting installation which suggests two very different environments.
To better understand this interior project, we should remember that the color rendering index (CRI) is the ability of a light source to reproduce the colors by the sunny reflections. Those lamps are intended to illuminate environments where the color of objects is very important. For this apartment, the architect has experimented with different spectral lamps and integrated them into the new architecture proposed by the transformation.
Due to obvious reasons, the toilet is located in a small independent space right at the entrance of the house. The rest of the apartment is as if completely transparent, the walls are painted in a neutral white, where the decor lacks any excessive decoration, reducing each element to achieve an extreme minimalism. Take a look and get inspired by this beautiful apartment.


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