Gregorie de Lafforest has his own unique sense of style and design as we saw with his birdcage-slash-dining table not too long ago. With his interior design works it’s nothing short of interesting yet again in this 1100 square foot space in France.
There are so many unusual built in elements of this home, including a beautifully placed sunroom style frame in black metal. This little partitioned off area houses the kitchen but yet still maintains a level of openness that wouldn’t otherwise be possible with traditional walls. The architectural piece provides an anchor point for the rest of the area and draws the eye up to the extremely high ceilings and series of skylights.
The warehouse style space offers up an indoor/outdoor feel with the tree and nature referenced elements inside. Neutrals and blacks with pops of yellow and random black sequences really make this home stand out in its own right, and when you pull it all apart each area is an art piece in itself.