Paris apartment

in Interior Design held by ebellity
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I bought a new apartment in Paris, 2 bedroom with 60sqm.

We'd like to get proposals on how to organize the space, and for interior design.

We don't have a preference for the software. One of our question is whether we should move the Kitchen inside the living room, or perhaps switch it with the bathroom. That way we could also use the corridor space to have a bigger master bedroom.

In terms of style, we're open to various styles. Maybe industrial, or vintage, or else.

Ceiling height is 2.45meter
We're open to creativity. Our goal is to better visualize ourselves in the space and be able to get a clearer direction into what we can ask workers for the renovation.
We like being able to get the kitchen closer to the living room but we also want to get enough space for a table / sofa for hanging out and hosting dinners.
Don't Wants:
Not really fond of scandinavian that's in too many apartments now.


1st Winner
These modification cant be done easily without alteration agreement with the Building Authorities and Approval of government Utilities.
Oct 22, 2019 23:54
#12 Revised Kitchen by Jim81
Oct 24, 2019 23:40
#21 Proposed Plan by Roy Patoc
A proposed plan as per requirements
Nov 17, 2019 18:25
#20 optimized design by sushil sabari
I have made an design which will be optimize to re innovate your apartment.
Nov 16, 2019 14:14
#19 Paris Apartment by murraydesign
Nov 14, 2019 15:09
#18 Paris Apartment by Ing.EdgarM.
In this opportunity I wanted to create a modern and functional design using usual decorative elements to demonstrate everyday life inside the home, use strong and soft colors to highlight walls or decorative elements, in the architectural part I offer them new spaces by inviting the kitchen in a main bathroom, Dressing room and functional laundry, something that the apartment did not have, removed the kitchen to the living room and part of the antique bathroom, turning it into an open space kitchen to the living and dining room, and created a new guest bathroom and for the other room. With all this I hope to have achieved their expectations and that they can enjoy this design.
Thank you for the opportunity.
Engineer Edgar Montes de Oca.
Nov 12, 2019 16:20
#17 Paris Apartment Layout plan re-design by Russel_72
Relocating the bathroom area and making the Kitchen area into an open plan setting. Consequently making room 1 into a master ensuite and the other room spacious and still workable.
Working with transitory space around the entrance.
An option to locate a small dining area between the Living room and the Kitchen area.
Nov 11, 2019 14:55
Hi Sir,
It is my honor to submit my design for your project. Attached here with a floor plan lay-out that I believe will optimize the space while keeping it low budget. I can also send you the plan of the fit-outs and other details for your visualization.
Please drop a message to discuss about this project that suitable in your style. Looking forward to work with you.
Best Regards,
Nov 10, 2019 14:51
Oct 31, 2019 2:46
#13 Paris apartment by Mahbub
PDF layout added. Thanks
Oct 28, 2019 7:06
#1 Apartment by Jim81
Revised floor plan
Oct 19, 2019 19:23
#11 Paris Appartment by Artificer-kbg
Oct 24, 2019 11:20
#9 2 BR Apt.-2 by Jim81
Optional bath room layout
Oct 22, 2019 15:47
#8 Paris Apt. option 2 by Jim81
New layout option
Oct 22, 2019 14:51
#7 Revised Floor Plan by Jim81
see attachment
Oct 21, 2019 20:30
#6 optimal proposel by IoAna
Oct 21, 2019 19:27
#5 second look by IoAna
the screenshot is only for general look, is an image for style
Oct 21, 2019 16:41
#4 first look by IoAna
Oct 21, 2019 14:14
#3 Paris 60m2 Apartment - Proposal by francisco_dp
First of all, I can't know the technical information about the structure of your building. We are not really evaluating the fact that it offers no more information. However, my whole purpose is to focus on showing my own best solution to the information that exists.
Let me explain that relocating a kitchen or toilet is not a simple task. The main drawback are the sewer lines. The main sections cross the building vertically and in specific points. Each apartment connects to them with horizontal paths, these horizontal lines have a minimum pendant. These are implying that changing the location of a bathroom or a kitchen is a complex task and sometimes impracticable.
My proposal is simple. Remove the hallway and demolish the wall that separates the kitchen from the secondary bedroom. Transform that space into a living room with a kitchen using an open concept and convert the current one into the main room. Thus leaving the main room with 18m2 and the open concept space without the wall with 20m2.
Without more information about visuals, structural issues, and with this fee this would be my suggestion with the limited information available.
Arq. Fran DP
Oct 20, 2019 21:27
#2 French Industrial by GabbiAt
I attach herewith a floor plan that I believe will optimize the space while keeping it low budget. I also attach a picture of the style that could be aimed in terms of interior design, with a list of ideas and how to achieve it.
Oct 20, 2019 16:36




Thu, 31 Oct 2019 14:01:46 +0000
Hi, 2nd floor



Thu, 31 Oct 2019 12:56:15 +0000
On what floor is the apartment?
(because, if the apartment is not on the ground floor, then it is quite difficult to move the toilet).



Wed, 30 Oct 2019 09:31:12 +0000
To answer the last comment, and it was an important information I should have added from the start, the load bearing walls are the one between Sejour and Salle de bain (2m) and the one between WC and Chambre 1 (also 2m)
But the one between the corridor and bedroom it is ok to remove.

For previous questions about furniture style, we like vintage or industrial, japanese-like minimal design with wood, white, but with a bit of color (for example for the sofa).
Wed, 30 Oct 2019 03:43:37 +0000
Good day, The main question is whether the wall separating the corridor and the bedroom is non-load bearing. I'm asking that you confirm if it is okay to remove it. Maybe you have confirmed it already? The next question is an extension of the first, Which of the internal walls are load-bearing? Maybe you dont need to be limited to the any of the walls. which could open up your options allot more
Tue, 22 Oct 2019 01:09:52 +0000
Hello --

I would echo Eila's comment, but perhaps ask to clarify. What furniture style do you like?


Sun, 20 Oct 2019 10:10:56 +0000
Dear client,
could you attach some images of style examples you are looking for interior design?
Thank you
Sun, 20 Oct 2019 00:22:06 +0000
Hello client. Are u designing only the living room + kitchen. As stated in the plan?

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