A three-storey house located in Paris was recently renovated by Andrea Mosca Creative Studio into a contemporary country home, and named as Bookshelf House. The project is defined by considerable woodwork, envisioning to transform this darkish run-down house into a fully functional, yet stylish design that is a pleasure to work and live in.
This first-of-its-kind architecture is crafted with a variety of stepped bookshelves, and an added office zone that characterizes this remodeling project. First shelving unit goes from the ground floor to the mezzanine, serving as the main bookshelf in the living room, as well as a railing on one side of the stairs. It turns into a storage unit that hides the bedroom entry and the office on the second floor.
Mezzanine consist of an office area and a noticeable kitchen. The bookshelf design becomes very clear as you step inside the house. A glass panel separates kitchen and the dining room and a sliding glass door fills the villa with natural light.
A preserving pillar, completely covered with mirrors bounce in ample amount of light to the interiors and also casts lively shades to white walls of the home. Bold yellow and dark blue colors adds sense of style to this renovated structure.