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Small, Oddly-Shaped Paris Pad Lives Large with Efficient Walls

Another day, another beautiful tiny Parisian abode. This 300-square-foot apartment, spruced up by French architect Aurélien Lespinas in two and a half months, has one very clear lesson: utilize the walls as efficiently as you can. The vaguely trapezoidal space includes one entire wall of built-in shelving. Meanwhile, another side features an oak kitchenette with matching shelving above, creating an orderly, streamlined look.

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