PARIS 16TH | Auteuil-Nord

990 000 €

Type of property Flat
Area 63 m2
Room(s) 1
Exterior Balcon
Current Art Deco
Condition To live in
Reference AP180

The careful renovation of absolute finesse
The luminosity provided by its large glazed facades
The view of the Eiffel Tower


Architecture of the 1930s, this modernist building by architects Jean Ginsberg and François Heep houses on its 5th floor with elevator a 63 m2 apartment with exceptional finishes, ideally located in the heart of the 16th arrondissement, between the Maison de la Radio and the Dame de Fer, a few steps from the Seine.

Entirely revisited in 2022 by the architect Baptiste Legué, the apartment has been treated as a luxurious pied-à-terre, while respecting its plan and its architectural elements. (TM)origin. Everything here is a story of contrasts, subtly balanced for a result of extreme purity. The black Terrazzo blends elegantly with the white carpet, highlighting the living and dining area. The spaces are structured while being decompartmentalized, the perspectives are underlined. Preserved, the original full-height metal frames open to the north onto a balcony, a tribute to Le Corbusier's Villa Stein with its modernist railing, which offers an unobstructed view of the rooftops of Paris with the Eiffel Tower in the background. The kitchen, independent, is a mixture of elegance and ingenuity. The units are suspended to free up floor space, the cream-coloured lacquered fronts harmonize perfectly with the beige Terrazzo worktop. All the storage has been made to measure and fits perfectly with the household appliances. On the night side, the bedroom is imagined as a hotel suite where the curved waxed concrete effect dressing room seems to levitate above the floor and offers a real feeling of comfort. space and softness. The shower room, accessible from the bedroom, takes up the beige Granito of the kitchen as well as a waxed concrete effect facade as a reminder of the dressing room and the headboard. A cellar completes this exceptional apartment.

A case of purity within an emblematic architecture.



The Auteuil-Nord district has been a holiday destination for parisians for many years, nestling between the Seine and the Bois de Boulogne.