Just across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower, in the Trocadéro area of Paris, lies a newly renovated apartment boasting that perfect French mix of historical architecture, modern furnishings and contemporary art. The property stands as one of the most recent works of designer-to-watch Rodolphe Parente.
The apartment's approx 350 sqm of space was redesigned to preserve its grand detailing all while ensuring the client’s art and furniture collections held center stage. Parente further tamed the challenging assets of high ceilings and expansive rooms by unifying them with a warm, limited palette of medium tone woods, timeless Calacatta marble, and warm brushed bronze. What’s left to say but c’est magnifique! Photography by Olivier Amsellem.
To learn more about Rodolphe Parente and view the full space, we invite you to swing by DPAGES at blog.thedpages.com.
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