The unique character of this loft is the result of the combination of two elements: a circular form given by its installation in the plinth of one of Montmartre’s mills. This workshop for a hyperactive filmmaker, Claude Lelouch, was the perfect occasion to develop a type of tracking shot, capturing the twenty-four hours in the life of a man. Inside, the space is equipped with the latest digital technology and three light settings, perfect for Lelouch’s company Les Films 13 to carry out projects or hold receptions. As the levels are embedded in the hillside, it was essential to create a luminous environment within. The minimalist design conveys peace and clarity. The skirting woods and the view over Paris bring colours to the interior. Considering the silhouette, a majority of the furniture was custom-made an designed by Lalo Studio.