This 30s villa is reconfigured to fit the functional needs and the aesthetic tastes of the contemporary homeowner. Swiss studio Bureau Brisson Architectes overhauls the existing structure, turning it into three separate apartments.
Thus, the layout of the 30s villa is completely rearranged to provide private living quarters for the owners — a family of four, while the remaining two spaces will be rented out to "students or other small groups of guests." In a sense, this would be a perfect opportunity for an Airbnb.
The interior design of the 30s villa is undeniably sleek and modern. Bureau Brisson Architectes uses engaging materials that artistically embellish the space — from the patterned black and white kitchen tiles and the sculptural chandelier to the fluid and smooth corner bench.
Photo Credits: Alan Hasoo