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Report - The villa arpel [France, November 12]

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Double-clic, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. Double-clic

    Double-clic 28DL Full Member
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    Hello All,
    here is about an atypic place, the kind of one I never visited before.

    This house looks like from 70's, maybe the 60's?
    Once I was in the main room, I was stunned by the scenery. The architecture is quite contemporary for its time. We got a mix of steel, visible bricks, opened walls, custom designed furniture and not many doors around. All this created a very special atmosphere. I felt like wearing my bell-bottom jeans that I never knew.. I think personally that the attraction of the place lies in this large room built around a piano. I found very pleasant the small lounge area with its ultra-soft-sofa, ultra comfort and its flashy chair. The plus? Un big modern chimney nestled in a recess of the room [is Google translation right]? I wonder how many people lived in the house and who could be the "Head" of the family? A doctor, a designer, a collector, a former soldier [a few items left on the shelves made me think of this]?

    The other rooms of the house were less important to me. There was many stuffs dragging on the ground or hanging on the walls. I noticed a photography of a group of people, probably members of the same family. Looking at their clothes, I guessed that the picture was taken at the end of the 80's, or beginning of the 90's.
    Since, there was maybe a family heir issue that is why the house is left untouched.

    Anyway, when I remember this living room and its gorgeous chair, I tell to myself that this exploration is so far one of the most interesting I did also thanks to the surrounding atmopfear in the air inside.

    Here are a few pics:








    I put the rest of the pics on my blog here:

    Thank you All!
    #1 Double-clic, Apr 26, 2013
    Last edited: Apr 26, 2013

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