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Le Winch show apartment accessible to visitors

3 July 2020 - 9h55

This mixed operation marketed by the real estate agency Rey & Nouvion at the corner of Boulevard Albert Ier and rue Princesse Antoinette has been completed. La Gazette de Monaco was able to visit the show apartment, located on the 4th floor and furnished by Boutsen Design.

La Gazette de Monaco had presented a few days ago this 2000sqm mixed family project, Le Winch, designed by the architectural firm Wilmotte & Associés, the Monegasque architect Alexis Blanchi and built by the J.B. Pastor & Fils companies. The residence is home to the Rey & Nouvion real estate agency, in charge of marketing the 340sqm of office space and the five apartments, directly serviced by lift, four of which are 200sqm and have one level and the last, 6th to 7th floor, a beautiful duplex of 430sqm. This “heritage” operation targets “atypical customers”, as François Rey recalled. The lobby of the building clearly sets the tone for this orientation with a deliberately very contemporary atmosphere, the works of art having been selected by Pierre Nouvion.

An arrangement by Boutsen Design

A show apartment allows potential tenants to better plan. A property which is not furnished tends to appear smaller, whereas here it is more obvious to realize the substantial surface area of ​​the rooms “which measure 20sqm and are all completed with their bathroom,” reveals François Rey. Reminder elements have also been placed in order to create a certain osmosis between the interior and exterior spaces of the apartments. “The terrace screens have used the same screen printing as the cladding or the kitchen partition,” he explains. Finally, the undeniable asset of the residence lies in the treatment of its three facades, which provide great light and allow you to enjoy the different views and exhibitions throughout the day.


© Yann Sasportas – SASDESIGN

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