the french architect pierre-louis gerlier based in clichy, france, renovated a parisian pied-à-terre in montmartre in collaboration with marion duclos. a total reorganisation of the space let gerlier to arrange more rooms and a larger living area in the apartment.

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duclos and gerlier reduced the hallways and created additional bedroom. the tailor-made bookcase in the new room includes a storage system and two beds — they are designed like two meshes for sleeping.

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

 

the bookcase allows you to put on display or to hide objects, depending on your needs. each child has his own mesh to hide in. 

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

 

particular attention was paid to the choice of furniture which echoes the customized carpentry work designed specifically for each room. transparent doors in the kitchen let light from the courtyard flow insude.

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

pierre-louis gerlier + marion duclos design meshes for sleeping in a bookcase designboom

 

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edited by: maria erman | designboom

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