Though it is not completely free of ornamentation, architect Joseph Dirand’s private home favors form over function. Dirand’s private residence in Paris is a design lover’s dream and boasts a minimalist and modern aesthetic that mixes vintage and vanguard elements.
Featured in the New York Times, Joseph Dirand’s private Parisian haven embodies an air of masculine elegance and is definitive of the architect’s style sense.
The talented design enthusiast flawlessy blends his collection of vintage art and furniture pieces into his minimalist surroundings. While the majority of his home relies on minimalism, he adorns his powder room and kitchen spaces with natural woods and stunning stone tiles that embrace the subtle beauty of nature. These same stone tiles accent his gorgeous fireplace and blend with his grey-toned carpeting.
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