how to realize a functional student studio and design?
The student studio is usually very small. However, from the bed to the office, through the kitchen, you have to manage to hold everything inside ... How to do it? The decorator François Champsaur guides you and offers his daring tricks.
We must not forget anything in the development of a student studio. However, there is an obvious constraint: the space is limited and one feels cramped. In a few tips, the decorator François Champsaur teaches you to create a design studio, functional and well arranged for students.
The opinion of the expert François Champsaur
François Champsaur: "These multifunctional spaces are among the most difficult to design: bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining room and office ... they have to concentrate all the functions, so the procedure is to treat them as you would for a cabin Hiding what you do not want to see all day, such as the kitchen area, is a good idea.It is necessary to optimize the living space, for example by exploiting the height under ceiling. I am opposed to the sofa bed.It is better to opt for a real bed, even if it must be narrower, for lack of space.
The favorite achievement of decorator François Champsaur
"For its gilded wood mirror, its workshop canopy, its bench and its cushions in mattress cloth, we feel the attention paid to this place decorated with taste," says the decorator about the studio.
The decorator Marianne Evennou has redesigned a studio of 25 m2 for her son Robin. On the sofa bed, handmade fabric "Tensira" at Home Around the world, cushions Caravan. In the niche, a family mirror enlarges the room. On the side, a partition equipped with a glass workshop separates the stay-night zone from the kitchen area.
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A well-arranged student studio
In this micro surface of 10m2 signed by the architect Estelle Griffe, the wooden cupboard hides the kitchen and the bathroom. The night zone, painted in duck blue, is accessed by the white staircase, which also serves as the library.
A functional and futuristic student studio
The day, when the bed "Hop & Up" designed by the architect Sandra Planchez is raised, it reveals storage niches, desk and mirror adorned with an elegant blond wood. Espace Loggia & Ligne Roset.
The opinion of the decorator François Champsaur
Born in Marseille, François Champsaur is imbued with Mediterranean culture. First enrolled at the École supérieure des beaux-arts, he continued his training at ENSAD in Paris. In 1996, he opened his office in Paris. In love with light and the contrasts it engenders, he stages full and empty to create sets that are always recognizable. A follower of color, patterns and materials, he handles them with a brio of his own.
In parallel with his work for individuals, he also signs the decoration of hotels, such as the Royal Evian or the Vernet hotel in Paris. For everyone, he designs specific furniture with prestigious publishers like HC28 and Pouenat.