During the border closure due to the pandemic, architect Daniel Boddam decided to design an imaginary project. The dream of an apartment in Paris became a virtual reality. A journey through creativity.
The apartment, in a minimalist Haussmannian style, perfectly captures the Parisian spirit. The restricted material palette and neutral colors provide a light finish to the space.
The result is a calm and serene atmosphere that serves as a stage for the great collection of art and furniture, such as the Wave sofa and armchairs, the Oscar counter, and the Geo and Bubble tables or the Oliver Watts painting. Pieces designed by the architect complete the design.
You can take a virtual tour here.