At a time when most architects dream only of superlative descriptors and building immense structures, Antonin Ziegler seeks to return to the very foundations of architecture, namely, the private home. This philosophy can be traced back to the Parisian’s earliest strides, where he wrote his student dissertation on the most basic of architectural components - the wall. After graduating in 2003, he quickly ascended the ranks of large firms such as Paul Chemetov in Paris, CBA Architecture in Rouen, and YH2 in Montréal before returning to Paris in 2012. Here, he founded his own studio, firmly focused on the architecture of the personal domain. Antonin Ziegler’s own space, which he conceived for himself, his partner, and his architectural studio, was built upwards on a plot of 35m² on a quiet street in a suburb of the city. Standing narrow and tall behind an iron gate, Le 107, as it has come to be known, is a sculptural portrait of the independent architect, which he invited us to discover.
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