The universe of Batiik studio borrows from the traditional Javanese batik art the nuances of colors, materials and patterns, granting modernity, details and gaiety, proper to its style without ever imposing it to a new modern apartment. Batiik Studio is committed to understanding and composing at best with the desires of its customers.
The Agency pays great attention to the uses of everyday life, to lifestyles and to the lives of future users or inhabitants. It ensures that its customers are able to conduct the project process as close as possible to their requirements and create a climate of trust.
Curious to approach the various techniques of representation of architecture, borrowed from the visual, graphic and decorative arts, Rebecca Benichou leaves from the National School of Architecture of Montpellier for Belgium, first joining Antwerp, capital of the Mode, then Brussels where she obtained her master’s degree at the Faculty of Architecture of La Cambre Horta in 2010.
Subsequently, it integrated Chartier-Dalix agency, in full extension. Passing quickly as project manager, she led, for four years, public commissions of various scales which formed her for her Habilitation à la Maitrise d’oeuvre, awarded in 2012.
In 2014, Rebecca Benichou decided to open her own Batiik Studio structure in order to specialize and concentrate her skills on interior design, in private homes but also in catering, hotel and trade.
When Sophie and Fred bought this apartment, composed by a ground floor and a mezzanine, the place wouldn’t need a significant work restoration. However, this beautiful space with double height was being used improperly and crowded with inappropriate furniture.
When the Batiik Studio started the loft’s renovation, Rebecca Benichou decided to highlight the importance of the ground floor, by keeping the floor’s beige white concrete but also the metal structure of the mezzanine and the stairs. A big open kitchen was also created under the mezzanine, next to a subtle and functional storage cabinet.
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