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10 mezzanines to gain height

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10 mezzanines to gain height

Julie Mafrand

If the ceiling height of your apartment or your house allows you, install a mezzanine is a great idea for earn a few square meters perched high ! Small or large, suspended or anchored by beams, open or partially partitioned using a glass roof, the mezzanine floats above the living rooms and offers considerable space savings. The idea seduces you? Overview of 10 mezzanines high in ideas.

In a loft with a beautiful high ceiling to create a double verticality and install living rooms there; in a studio where the square meters run out to create a real night area without losing place ; or under the eaves for reinvest an unoccupied area... The mezzanine is offered in perched extension. This mezzanine created from scratch refuses anything: cozy room, living room or office deco nest happily and overhang the living rooms, offering a breathtaking view of the lower floor. Zoom on these platforms arranged with a ceiling.

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A glazed mezzanine overlooks the dining room

The family home that Sophie Lallias attacked was already benefiting from beautiful height under ceiling of 6 meters. It was a shame not to exploit all this lost space ... Like a suspended box, the pro installs a glazed mezzanine which proudly sits above the dining room. She installs the parental room of the owners and equips her witha white canopy so that the element is based more in the immaculate decoration.

For dress the verticality of the room to live, a suspension Fleux deploys his son like a giant spider, whose bulbs are visible from the night corner. Despite the transparent wall of the room, it keeps all its privacy thanks to its location in height.

See the full report> A family home full of audacity and resources

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Benoît Alazard

Benoît Alazard

An additional floor arranged on a mezzanine

The generous height This Parisian loft has been fully exploited by Alexandra Magne. Not only does an XXL canopy bathe the different levels of light, but a mezzanine has been installed to welcome intimate spaces of the family. A cozy lounge has been arranged below the platform, whose low floor allows the room to gain privacy.

When climbing the metal stairs, a space dedicated to work takes place, far from the tumult of living rooms. Riding between the mezzanine and the void, the custom-made desk seems half suspended in the air. A glazed railing surrounds the mezzanine to allow the natural light of the stay to reach the upper floor.

See the full report> A family duplex that sees big

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Thibault d'Annoville for Alexandra Magne

Thibault d'Annoville for Alexandra Magne

Two mezzanines for the price of one in this loft in Annecy

To renovate their loft, Juliette and her husband have rolled up their sleeves! With the purchase, their nice apartment with view on the roofs of Annecy was onlya large plateau informs. On both sides of the living room, the couple creates two mezzanines that overlook open volumes. On one side, the wooden platform accommodates the children's rooms as well as a bathroom. A parental suite takes advantage of the space left below to slip into it.

On the other side, a second mezzanine nestled at the top of the kitchen serves as a refuge at the office and to the guest room. A perforated wall made from cleats brings all the necessary luminosity to the work space high perched.

See the full report> An uninhabitable apartment transformed into a loft-duplex

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Atypical spaces

Atypical spaces

Attic converted into a mezzanine

To give a new impetus to this 58 m2 and clear from the ground surfaceJulie Mafrand has invested the height of the small apartment. Since the place was missing, the pro has wisely laid out the attic in mezzanine, thus picking up more 25 additional m2. All around the wooden frame left intact, the mezzanine runs under the roofs and hosts an intimate and cozy reading area.

So that the newly created space does not lack light, roof windows have appeared. Since elevated shelter, a plunging view of the living is offered to the eyes of readers in need of tranquility.

See the full report> 58 m2 "at the top" of happiness

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Julie Mafrand

Julie Mafrand

A mezzanine brought up to date in an old workshop

To bring this old workshop back to level, Céline Bizet had to think about a new layout taking advantage of the high ceilings of the property. After replacing the old paneling of the platform, the pro imagine an industrial guardrail in keeping with the glass wall in the background, think back to the stairs that lead to the floor and incorporate a piece of furniture at the bottom of it.

Behind the glass walls overlooking the living room, children's rooms unfold and brush against the frame. The transparent partitions separating the rooms perched on the mezzanine allow spaces to gain visually in volume, despite the low ceiling height.

See the full report> At La Croix-Rousse, a former workshop redesigned for a family

Frenchie Cristogatin / Céline Bizet

Frenchie Cristogatin / Céline Bizet

A mini mezzanine perched in the stairwell

By removing a portion of the first floor to shape a double height in the living room of this house, Santillane de Chanaleilles was the impasse on 10 m2. To catch up, the pro has trained a small mezzanine in the stairwell.

After having climbed a few metal steps, the owners can thus access a perched work area on solid pillars. Framed glass railings, the office blends into the background and isolates partially while enjoying a beautiful light andsome intimacy.

See the full report> A family home upgraded

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Santillane Design

Santillane Design

50 m2 more thanks to a comfortable mezzanine

This family house renovated by Elisabeth Manguin was able to gain 50 m2 of surface thanks to the creation of a large mezzanine with two sleeping areas, a bathroom and an office. Structured by metal elements to echo the industrial look of the place, the mezzanine almost overlooks the entire ground floor and mingles with the metal beams of the property.

To avoid overloading the decor, a space was left free at the top of the stairs that lead to the platform. Thanks to that unobstructed view of the living room and with its generous volumes, the area serves as a suspended play area for the children of the family.

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Lucie Turpault

A small house gains a floor thanks to a mezzanine

Something was missing at this old Bordeaux shop so that it can blossom fully. And that, Marine Encausse understood it well. In just two months, the architect and former owner of the premises has turned the attic into cozy night corner, offering in passing 15 additional m2 to 45 m2 existing. To make all this possible, the ceiling of the house had to be demolished then replaced by a wooden floor. Thenewly erected floor has been optimized by a custom staircase and roof windows.

Despite all the efforts of the pro to increase the height of the new room on the mezzanine, the ceiling remains low. Never mind, the sleeping area has been imagined as an intimate cocoon maximized by low OSB furniture.

See the full report> Before / after: one more floor for this former Bordeaux stall

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Julien Fernandez

Julien Fernandez

A studio optimized thanks to a mezzanine

This studio of 23 m2 lacked floor space but had a high ceiling. The mezzanine solution so was all found! Like hanging in the air thanks to a rope guardrail, the element modernized by Walls have Ears overhangs the main room. The space below has been invested by a small lounge with a Scandinavian look.

After having sanded the wood of the platform, pro suspended it at 1m85 from the ground and secured it with a perforated railing. The little room that loves it has been revamped thanks to a light oak floor and a custom headboard with plenty of storage space.

See the full report> A studio of 23 m2 with sublimated authenticity

Joanna Zielinska / The Walls Have Ears

Joanna Zielinska / The Walls Have Ears

A closed mezzanine rises to 5 meters high

To see his holiday home on the island of Porquerolles, Reno Corriol has "uncapped" the living room to create a double height, source of light and opening. Thus open, the space seems bigger. At 5 meters above the ground, a mezzanine lined with glass roofs is almost forgotten in height. An open kitchen has taken refuge under the platform to isolate itself partially from the rest of the ground floor.

Behind the industrial wall of the mezzanine, a bathroom in length benefits from the brightness of the openings created. The glazing of the workshop partitions was chosen opaque so that the piece of water remains preserved from view.

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Vincent Ruffe

Vincent Ruffe

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