Overlooking the Luxembourg Gardens, these apartments are set in an eighteenth-century mansion significantly rebuilt after the French Revolution. Not much has been preserved from the historical elements here, so the architect Alireza Razavi, Razavi Studio, decided to give the interior a new life from scratch.
The 225-square-meter apartment is located in one of the oldest districts of Paris and is surrounded by an impressive cityscape of private houses, churches, and squares. Working on the project, the architect decided to start with the sensations that this place causes. Thus, the idea of a space that would remind of the nearby monasteries appeared.