January 21, 2013
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a peek inside: patrick gilles & dorothée boissier’s parisian home

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This beautiful Parisian home, situated on Boulevard Malesherbes, belongs to the successful duo who run the architecture & design practice Gilles & Boissier19th century architecture meets 21st centurey lifestyle, the two designed most of the furniture and light fixtures themselves to compliment the high ceilings, large open spaces, French windows and classic moldings.

Could it be more stunning?

More inside their home after the jump! 

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Photos: Yatzer

19 Responses to “a peek inside: patrick gilles & dorothée boissier’s parisian home”

abloomingdreamJanuary 22nd, 2013 at 12:05 am

The architecture is divine! Don't know if it's good or bad but some rooms remind me of a museum. It's so clean and minimal, it really makes the art stand out :) Incredible home!

AnonymousJanuary 22nd, 2013 at 4:39 pm

Beautiful home! I don't understand the desaturated,Photoshopped images though. Why was that necessary?

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