LOFT

Interior Architecture / Interior Design / Furniture
In this modern loft, the furniture was custom-made to blend perfectly in the wooden framework and its contemporary lines.
PLACE: Serre-Chevalier
YEAR: 2016
SURFACE: 150m²
ARCHITECT(S): Atelier Monts et Merveilles
PHOTOGRAPHER(S): B. Bodin


The wine cellar: 150 bottles suspended from a glass slab

In the living room, the bookcase is embedded into the building’s supporting structure, from which a leather-sheathed desk can be seen, echoing the foldaway coffee tables.

The wine cellar is one of the masterpieces of the loft’s interior design: 150 bottles cleverly suspended from a custom-made vertical glass slab.

The lacquered aluminum facade is perfectly waterproof to make sure the wine is constantly kept at an ideal temperature.

The graphic tapestry wallpaper contributes to the modern atmosphere of this mountain loft.

A private elevator from the garage in the basement leads to the living room.

A modern atmosphere for this mountain loft…

In the master bedroom, an immense adjoining dressing room hides behind the Alcantara bedhead located at the center of the room, and is composed of hanging-rails, drawers, lockers and shelves. An adjoining chest of drawers was also custom-made in structured oak veneer to complete this storage ensemble.

In the middle of the bathroom, a large backlit piece defines the resin tub space and contrasts with its curved lines, while echoing the vanity tables facing each other.

On the first floor, the mezzanine was converted into a guest room with its own dressing room and bathroom.