Private studio

In the entrance to a very beautiful old apartment, which was renovated a few years ago, one room
remained in its former state and was used as a spare room.

Our clients’ request: to transform this space into an office cum studio, whilst retaining the option to
use it occasionally as a bedroom.

We came up with a solution that carefully blended the requirements of an artist’s studio and the
very refined elements of a room for living and sleeping.

This comes through in the contrast between the white and the amber, in the choice of aluminium
which has been worked with precision and the translucent colour play created using a PVC-strip
curtain: redeployed industrial materials.

  • Type
    Renovated room
  • Lieu
    Nantes-Crébillon
  • Surface area
    ??
  • Budget
    ??
  • Photographer
    Germain Hérriau

Private studio

In the entrance to a very beautiful old apartment, which was renovated a few years ago, one room
remained in its former state and was used as a spare room.

Our clients’ request: to transform this space into an office cum studio, whilst retaining the option to
use it occasionally as a bedroom.

We came up with a solution that carefully blended the requirements of an artist’s studio and the
very refined elements of a room for living and sleeping.

This comes through in the contrast between the white and the amber, in the choice of aluminium
which has been worked with precision and the translucent colour play created using a PVC-strip
curtain: redeployed industrial materials.

  • Type
    Renovated room
  • Lieu
    Nantes-Crébillon
  • Surface area
    ??
  • Budget
    ??
  • Photographer
    Germain Hérriau

When a decorator selects pieces to include in an interior, they make objects communicate
with each other, and then with the space. Each object has their own story, and they come
together: this creates an ensemble.

With UNI Habitat, we create the ensemble, from all pieces.

The purpose and use of a place influence reflection on the space, and it is our duty to come
up with an apt response to this. Volumes first and foremost, then colour and materials, to
create the details of a subtle, well-considered composition.

We thrive on our aim of offering power and serenity due to the fact that there is only one
thing to look at: the ensemble.