The French style, elegance in all its facets.

On the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, a magnificent building of 1926 built by Henri Sauvage.
Upstairs, a large French style apartment with undeniable charm that deserved to be refreshed to regain the splendour of its beginnings. In this historic place, Fabrice Juan realizes a meticulous rehabilitation project, which pays tribute to the creator among others of the Samaritaine and the Villa Majorelle in Nancy.


A perfect balance between classicism and modernity.

The 1930s, an infinite source of inspiration!

All the cornices were designed and made to measure in the minds of the masters of that time. The walls of the entrance were dressed in plaster and then covered with Marmorino.

The double doors that overlook the entrance, spotlight the different varieties of marbles with a very graphic style.

Surround yourself with the best to transform a dream into reality.

A large living room whose identity has been preserved

In the dining room, the marble floor and the large aged mirror have been preserved.
The plaster splines on the walls naturally coincide with the original decor. In blue grey tones, they face the fine dry moldings that form large frames.

The impressive double gold-leaf doors contrast with the matte effects of the walls.

A raw and monolithic sculpture

The monobloc fireplace of the large living room is made entirely of highly brushed plaster. It gives shade and light over the course of the day. Its format, very low, very long with sharp edges, imposes it as a rough sculpture.

At the beginning of each project:
a story, a meeting, a desire, a sensibility.  So many emotions that give direction to my creation.

A concealed door in the bathroom.

The sumptuous marble of Calacatta, very veined, very marked, agrees with neat and pure architectural lines of the master bathroom.

The black Marquina and white Tassos marble gives a more graphic and masculine identity to the guest bathroom.