Victor Hugo, Paris

A 240m² apartment for a couple with three children

Full overhaul: The project lasted for a total of two years.

Focal point: The round-shaped dining room, in which Sarah placed a custom circular table made from Taj Mahal quartzite and a ceiling fixture consisting of several alabaster balls.

Dividing line: A pair of pivoting glass panels were installed between the entry hall and the sitting room, in order to create a sense of separation, while also maintaining a visual link between the two spaces.

See the light: In the primary bathroom, the Patagonia stone wall was backlit to dramatic effect.