Christophe Hamaide-Pierson and Eli Sudbrack of design duo Assume Vivid Astro Focus (or avaf) have made their names creating technicolor dreamscapes by transforming walls, galleries and parking lots with psychedelic, geometric collages, neon signs and surrealist multimedia installations. And with work this jubilantly trippy, we could only imagine what their homes might look like. Thankfully we had the chance to find out when Hamaide-Pierson let PAPER's Rebecca Smeyne into his Parisian flat to shoot his living space and very impressive collection of bodily-inspired objets. Click through for a glimpse inside his living quarters and to read about where he gets his inspiration and what he thinks of the Parisian creative scene.

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