This XVIIIth century apartment gives onto the cours Cambronne and its hundred-year-old magnolias, with its restored parquets, its internal folding shutters and its mouldings were modernized with care and respect by using polished patina in very earthy colours. A touch of mother-of-peal was added in the masters' bedroom and the hammam was realised with “tadelakt”, traditional Moroccan plaster, inlaid with semiprecious stones.

The fireplace and one of the original doors of the bedroom were covered with modern furniture to create a more contemporary space. The two woods used are solid sculptured teak and lemon veneer. The bookcase of the entrance is in walnut.