Since the 1980s, Kelly Hoppen has become a household name in the style capitals of the world. Often infusing her Western interiors with objects chosen with an Eastern philosophy, she is a master of visual yin-yang. This is what she had done using natural colors and muted tones to transform of her loft-style flat in southwest London.
When buying this former printing press installed in a passage of the 20th district in Paris, Roxane Beis thought to Greece. Not that the place with its tall windows have been predisposed to it, but the origins of the young designer did fit well here finally.
Architect Thomas Wienands made great use of the existing structure and material character of this wide-open loft space, leaving as much of the wall and vaulted-ceiling brickwork exposed as possible â€“ as well as massive steel columns, reinforced with I-beams and held in place by giant-sized rivets.