Florent Chagny Architecture built an industrial-style apartment interior for a renovated space located in Paris. The location is dubbed 'Under the Roof' and it has a seemingly low-maintenance aesthetic. For the design of the space, the creative firm used durable and "heavy-duty materials." From oriented strand board to steel, Florent Chagny Architecture definitely created an identity for the Under the Roof project through materials.
The Parisian loft is compact, as it contains 50 square meters of floor space. The industrial-style apartment interior is best instilled with the use of oriented strand board — a material that overhauls the majority of the design approach for Under the Roof. It was used in the construction of the floor, the dressing room, as well as the modular kitchen and a few custom furniture pieces.
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