Design Touch: Season 2
Season 2, Episode 9 • Documentary, Special Interest
It's not easy to find a nice big place in Paris when one doesn't have a nice big budget. One needs to be imaginative, even visionary. This is the case for Marie and Julien. Come and explore their attic house.
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