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    Champeau & Wilde, photographer: Ricardo Labougle

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A trendy spirit lives within Champeau & Wilde's contemporary Parisian apartment located on the Quai Voltaire

Jessica Evans
17 May 2019

Champeau & Wilde’s contemporary Parisian pied-a-terre residential project located in the heart of Saint Germain, on the Quai Voltaire.

This traditional French apartment has a modern interlacing of bold patterns, textures and forms. A ‘trendy spirit’ runs throughout the living room -  highlighted by the leopard-pattern carpet that stretches from wall to wall - and has been combined with classical decor and floor-to-ceiling windows in order to create an elegant, yet effortless, appearance.

The interior duo showcase modern works on the walls, including abstract collages by Francis Montanier, a French painter. To add a more traditional touch, they also showcase a set of three old maps (owned by the clients) - one of which is an 1817 plan of Paris.

Champeau & Wilde’s iconic interior design remains throughout the apartment, adding unique modernity that is irresistible to the client.

On the walls, the interior duo showcases modern works, including abstract collages created by the French painter Francis Montanier, and in a more traditional vein, they showcase a trio of old maps owned by the clients, one of which is an 1817 plan of Paris. Champeau & Wilde’s interior design stays within the overall register of the apartment adding a unique modernity that proved irresistible to the client.

Interior design duo, Champeau & Wilde offer fully designed projects that express their client’s desires, keeping in mind the idea of comfort, modernity and practicality. To find out more, click here.

 

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France Paris
Champeau & Wilde
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