Friday, October 18, 2013

Studio Nuctale by Paul Coudamy

An invisible man and woman are the stars of the photoshoot for this renovated apartment in Paris by French designer Paul Coudamy.

After completing Studio Nuctale, Paul Coudamy teamed up with photographer Benjamin Boccas to construct a fantasy scenario where the two residents of the apartment are completely invisible and lounge around wearing suits.

“Pictures can more powerful without personified people,” Coudamy told Dezeen. “It adds a mystery to the strange lighting sculpture and also gives more impact on the project, as the eye is not attracted by an facial expression.”

Located in the Buttes-aux-Cailles neighbourhood, the apartment has an area of just 35 square metres, so the designer had to develop an interior that makes the most of space.

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