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RMGB completes townhouse in Toulouse

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 24, 2015 in Interiors
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Paris-based firm RMGB has recently renovated an old townhouse on Rue du Japon, Toulouse

The firm faced the challenge of completely transforming the space to create a comfortable home for a family with two grown children. Blending a contemporary aesthetic with elements of tradition, RMGB has successfully designed a welcoming home.

A herringbone parquet floor has been used as a focal point in the living room

A herringbone parquet floor has been used as a focal point in the living room

Key features of the renovation include a herringbone parquet flooring for the living room which is offset by a huge bay window that allows for views of the garden. The bathroom is in all cement coating, with the inclusion of a distict bathtub, Vieques, by Patricia Urquoila, while the entrance of the house to the kitchen has a very contemporary feel decorated in dark tones with Solunite resin flooring and carpentry components in stained birch.

The bathtub, "Vieques", by Patricia Urquoila adds a touch of modernity to the space

The bathtub, “Vieques”, by Patricia Urquoila adds a touch of modernity to the space

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