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Looking for a new home for them and their baby, architects Ophélie and Edouard, found Crussol apartment: a 54sqm mid-century home in the center of Paris, surrounded by shops, restaurants and historic buildings. With Edoudard enjoying busy spaces with stories, and Ophélie's clean and simple styling, they blended their ideas together to design a home that feels like a tidy but busy workshop. Taking the formerly open floor plan and dividing it into zones by adding a small glass wall to the entrance and separating the main area into living and dining, and adding a closed off bedroom and bathroom. This also allowed the addition of a separate toilet, and a small nursery and mezzanine. Low furniture with built-in storage and creative additions like a mirrored bathtub help keep the home feeling open and light, and multifunctional furniture in the nursery leaves plenty of room to grow.