There are examples of design that take us deep into culture and history, and immediately bring us back, such a design excursion, culturally very rich design. One of these interiors is right in front of us right now – an incredibly interesting apartment in Paris. To begin with, some elements of Gothic are traced here (no matter how unusual it may sound), which gives the interior its own specific romanticism, mixed with infernal moods. Gothic is emphasized by the introduction of thin lines (forged interior details, accessories, thin chains). Where black forged steel is used, warm light or butterflies are invariably present. This greatly facilitates the overall slightly rough tonality of the main rooms. High ceilings and Renaissance stucco moldings enliven the space. On the other hand, the loft, in its most natural embodiment, oddly enough, is realized here in a light interpretation, it gives coziness to the overall design. Wooden hemp stools, untreated wood combined with porcelain cutlery brings us back from the Renaissance to modern times, that is, from the living room to the kitchen. Interspersed with bright details made of plastic or fabric (stool, pillows) persistently reminds us that it is the 21st century, which means that all this is just a highly professional work of a real artist-designer.