The interior design project of an apartment in Lyon, between recovering the history of a 1930s building and a contemporary flavour.
In the sixth arrondissement in Lyon, the case of a restoration project in an apartment that needed to be taken back to its origins after various interventions that had eliminated its authenticity and warmth.
Constance Laurand and Adélaïde Roset toyed with design elements from the 1930s, inspired by the lovely architectural details found on the building’s façade and structure.
Original and new elements were restored, applied and enhanced in the interior of the apartment in keeping with the style of the building.
The colours were chosen with great care, such as the terracotta tone of the walls and doors that perfectly match the hues of the Terrazzo floor. The touches of green and grey are in contrast with the white that brightens up an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere.
Constance Laurand and Adélaïde Roset, joined by a shared aesthetic, worked together on this project.
After 18 years in the media industry in Paris, Constance moved to Lyon and graduated as an interior designer in 2018. She now works freelance and manages various projects in Lyon and Paris for private clients or commercial spaces.
After 10 years in New York working in the heart of the art market, Adélaïde settled in Lyon. She is passionate about art and design, and currently assists private clients in the planning and decoration of houses and apartments.
Photography: Sabine Serrad