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In the outskirts of central Paris, this once run down one bedroom apartment was given a new life by L’atelier, nomadic architecture studio, who converted it into a simple, adaptable home for a family of five. By refitting all the internal doorways with custom sliding doors, and removing a wall that divided the living area from a hallway, L’atelier was able to add a new main bedroom into part of the former living area. Featuring a custom entryway closet and couch the space now acts like a hub branching out to the bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen. This also allowed two new sleeping areas to be added to the home's existing bedroom, including a raised office created adjacent to the updated kitchen. Choosing to use polished Mediterranean pine and light parquet flooring throughout lends the home a simple, unified feel in a unique format that can adapt as its family changes.