On a small plot of land, sandwiched between a vineyard shed, a driveway, and a main street, the Quiet House is a project by Artelabo in a village in the south of France. With its tight locale, along with consistent winds, the design proved a challenge and consisted of creating privacy among the chaos. That led to a home that turned inward and to the incredible valley views below.
In Paris you can walk and lay your eyes on a visual feast of beautiful boutiques, cool cafés, and historic Haussmann buildings.These classic homes are revered by many, and it’s easy to see why. They are incredibly elegant, and despite their age, they have a modern feel about them, thanks to proud owners who have brought them into the future while respecting their pasts. This gorgeous example featured in Marie Claire Maison is exactly how we’d imagine stylish Parisians in Haussmanns to live. Architect Jean-François Faure renovated the interior to highlight the neoclassical bones with a nod to the present day. It’s a bright and airy home with an impeccable selection of designer furniture we’re lusting after.