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How One Parisian Lives Comfortably in 121 Square Feet

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This lovely tiny apartment in the historic Paris neighborhood of Le Marais might just the Parisian counterpart to that impressive 90-square-foot studio in New York City. Though a tad bigger at 121-square-foot, it's nonetheless stellar proof that coziness and style do have a place in micro dwellings. Dreamt up by French interior designer Marianne Evennou for a woman working in the fashion industry, the compact but sophisticated abode is intended to be the ultimate oasis amidst the client's constant whirlwind of travels. Upon entering the door, there's a kitchen nook on the right and, directly ahead, a living area with a daybed, a small desk, and bathroom. A ladder in the kitchen leads to a lofted bed.

· A Truly Tiny Apartment Under the Eaves in Paris [Apartment Therapy]
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· 270-Square-Foot Paris Pad Demonstrates How to Live Tiny [Curbed]
· 86-Square-Foot Paris Pad Invites You to Sleep in a Cupboard [Curbed]