For a family of four in Paris, space is, as you can imagine, precious. Architects Ulli Heckman and Eitan Hammer helped transform two apartments in the City of Light into one larger maisonette for the young family, knocking down interior walls in one unit and joining an upper flat with the one downstairs. The result are fresh, modern living quarters with the kind of light and air you expect in a much larger home anywhere but in one of the world's most dense urban centers. Despite providing increased square footage, the architects still had to devise storage solutions to accommodate all of the family's things, and panel-hidden cabinets and drawers abound. The color palette—neutrals, largely, with pops of color provided by furnishings—helps keep things feel visually uncluttered.
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