Vivre côté Paris – Oct./Nov. 2018

“Young architect Emmanuelle Simon has designed the setting for this chiselled pied-à-terre, where mirrors and reflections recompose perspectives. A concentrate of intelligence, illustrating in a few well-managed square meters the personality of this promising figure, winner in 2016 of the Public Prize at the Toulon Design Parade.”

A 27 m2 apartment with the look of a jewelry box, as featured in the latest issue of Côté Paris. In this setting transformed by architect Emmanuelle Simon, Marius Aurenti waxed concrete has found its place on the fronts of the kitchen units and the large table, and on the bathroom furniture. In this atypical, poetic kitchen, brass and waxed concrete were made for each other.