A rich house nestled in the heart of a wooded park, whose interior openings did not emphasize the volumes and complicated the circulation. The new owners wanted a more fluid communication between the living rooms and more playful spaces for family life.
We began by changing all the windows for better insulation, transforming a dark and unused room into a spotless dining room, and raising the attic's frame to accommodate a movie and music room.
In the living room, a library was designed in accordance with the existing woodwork and the new central opening was marked on the floor by the inclusion of a Lebanese mashrabiya (moucharabieh) grid.
Each of the daughters participated in the relooking of her room. Once again, thanks to the patience and trust of the owners, I was able to complete the work while they were living in the house.