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Luxury homes: a 7-storey home in Paris with a private rooftop bathtub

This seven-storey home in Paris features contrasting modern architecture on top of its old construction.

Built as an artist’s studio by a sculptor at the beginning of the last century, this house – which faces the Bois de Boulogne park in the 16th arrondissement of Paris – has quite literally grown with the times. It now features an additional three floors aboveground and two basements in extension to its original two floors, making it total of seven floors. With a minimalist interior and generous bay windows overlooking the verdant park, there are gorgeous views everywhere you look.

At a glance

Who lives here A young couple
Home A seven-storey home in the 16th arrondissement of Paris
Size 5,920 sq ft
Designer Joseph Karam Architects

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    When refurbished in 2013, the home had belonged to architect Joseph Karam. “Normally, I begin to study the character of my client and try to understand and translate his dream into my drawings,” says Joseph. “But in this project it was simple, since I had the chance to be the client myself this time.”

This article was originally published in Home & Decor.


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