10 stylish examples of apartments with glazed partitions

Words: Alice Duriez Photos: Alice Duriez
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Glazed partitions are a rising trend in interior design. They have a variety of functions: they can let in more light, serve as room partitions or even be used to create an extra room. In all cases, today their popularity is growing and they can make your apartment stand out from the rest.
Here are 10 different sources of inspiration for a variety of apartment styles.

Loft apartment

Rue de Rochechouart

Paris 9th – Rochechouart

In this Parisian loft in the 9th arrondissement, the glazed partition was custom made to separate the bedroom (windowless) from the living room and allow light in.

Surface area
Furnished two-bedroom apartment, 645 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €1,900 per month.

Rue de Palestro

Paris 2nd – Montorgueil

The owner of this former artist’s studio – who now lives in Japan – wanted to install a glazed partition to separate the kitchen from the rest of the apartment, giving it an “industrial” style in keeping with the rest of the apartment’s design.

Surface area
Furnished two-bedroom apartment, 1,300 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €4,500 per month.

Studio

Rue Vital

Paris 16th – Passy

In a small space, a glazed partition can be used to create a sleeping area that is clearly separated from the kitchen space.

Surface area
Furnished studio, 310 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €1,400 per month.

Kitchen

Rue d’Alsace Lorraine

Boulogne Billancourt

Here is a beautifully designed glazed partition between the kitchen and dining room that keeps the cook involved in the table discussions!

Surface area
Furnished four-bedroom apartment, 1600 sq. ft.
Cost
This apartment was available for rent at €4,000 per month.

Rue Saint-André-des-Arts

Paris 6th – Odéon

Here is another beautiful glazed partition that brings natural light into a windowless room.

Surface area
Furnished two-bedroom apartment, 770 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €3,400 per month.

Bedroom

Rue Saint-Sulpice

Paris 6th – Odéon

In this small one-bedroom apartment on the 1st floor, courtyard side, it was important to ensure light flowed through the space. The architect therefore decided to create a glazed partition between the bedroom and living area.

Surface area
Furnished two-bedroom apartment, 450 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €1,950 per month.

Rue Puteaux

Paris 17th – Batignolles

A custom-designed glazed partition fitted to the slope of the roof.

Surface area
Furnished studio, 320 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was available for rent at €2,100 per month.

Rue de Calais

Paris 9th – Saint-Georges

A window work of art!

Surface area
Furnished one-bedroom apartment, 480 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €1,700 per month.

Rue du Chemin Vert

Paris 11th – Saint-Ambroise

The owner installed a glazed partition between the bedroom and the living room to keep the industrial style in this old workshop.

Surface area
Furnished one-bedroom apartment, 390 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €1,550 per month.

Rue Fontaine

Paris 9th – Saint-Georges

A young couple with two children needed a second bedroom. Not an easy thing to do in a 430 sq.ft space! The glazed partition was the ideal solution.

Surface area
Furnished two-bedroom apartment, 430 sq.ft.
Cost
This apartment was rented for €1,500 per month.