A sinuous plywood wall winds through the interior of this Parisian apartment, which has been redesigned by local studio Toledano + Architects.
The architect was brought on board to "unveil a new appreciation of space" within the home, whilst maintaining the historical character of the building.
The wall divides the apartment into three simple zones: a living area, master suite, and sleeping quarters for a child.
It was prefabricated off-site by a carpenter, who used moulds and laser cutting to achieve its sinuous form. It was then transported to the apartment and assembled over the course of just one day.
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