Architects Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet knew just the thing to do when charged with turning a tiny, suffocating cabin into something befitting its glamorous French Riviera location: They took inspiration from nautical design, with its emphasis on clever built-ins and streamlined efficiency. Then, they ratcheted up the luxe factor.
Check out the tidy and compact kitchen they designed—then learn how to get the look.
Photography by Francis Amiand, courtesy of Humbert & Poyet, from A Tiny (but Glamorous) Seaside Cabin on the Riviera.
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