Contemporary French Apartment, Marseilles
La Madrague de Montredon was designed by Maurice Padovani a French interior designer. This modern home can be found in Marseilles, France.
This contemporary French property was built at the beginning of the 20th-Century and is made from stone; it is situated to the far west of the city just before the harbour and the deep sea.
The entrance of this contemporary French property leads to an antique but restored stairway that in turn leads you to the second floor, one’s glance embraces all of the function rooms including the dressing room, library, kitchen, dining room and the spacious living room.
All the partitions on this floor have been demolished to constitute one single space. To replace them, two metallic poles maintain the wooden-slat flooring.
Large bay windows ensure the residents have panoramic views of Marseilles bay with the Frioul Isles in the foreground.
April 13, 2012 | Property | View comments
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