In the 11th arrondissement in the Folie Méricourt district, a renovated duplex loft apartment with courtyard and terrace.
This property, like a house, accessed from the back of a courtyard, is hidden behind a gate, invisible from the front courtyard of the building on the street. The result of a rehabilitation in the 2000s, it has retained its industrial elements specific to its workshop past. Access is via a path that leads to this green area where the workshops follow one another.
On the right, after climbing a set of 4 steps, the outdoor space surrounded by bamboo precedes the entrance to the loft apartment. A fully equipped U-shaped kitchen with a waxed concrete floor features 2 bar tops separating the outdoor space and the living room. In addition to the large entrance door, the glass roof provides illumination from above and lets plenty of natural light pour in. On the right, a rough concrete wall with a door supports a staircase. At the back of the ground floor level are a shower room and a toilet. On the first level, an opening has been created in the floor, overlooking the living room, and the ceiling follows the slope of the roof, with its visible metal framework. To the left is a mezzanine lounge area with a wood burning stove. At the back, a glass door gives access to a roof terrace built into the roof's slope. To the right of the staircase, a balcony overlooks the living room and leads to a master suite, a bedroom and an en suite bathroom, closed off by a door.