Category Archives: loft

YUNO by ARQMOV WORKSHOP

YUNO is a project designed by ARQMOV WORKSHOP. Re-densification of different parts of Mexico City has had a significant impact on the construction sector and related project planning. Beautification of streets, avenues, roads, the entire public areas, the addition of green areas, and the creation of more liveable urban areas have been instituted to provide enhanced public spaces to positively impact the health of the city’s residents. Photography by Rafael Gamo

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King Loft by Studio of Contemporary Architecture

King Loft is a project designed by Studio of Contemporary Architecture. Located in Toronto’s King West neighbourhood, SOCA was asked to redesign a two-level loft space for a young professional seeking to create two new bedrooms and an additional washroom from a previously open floor plan with no partition walls. The client sought greater functionality and flexibility to accommodate their evolving future needs while maintaining the spacious atmosphere of the open plan. Photography by Andrew Snow.

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Eva St. Loft by Chioco Design

Eva St. Loft is a project designed by Chioco Design. This project is an interior renovation of an existing loft in Austin, Texas. It consists of two levels and a roof deck totaling 2,275 sf. photography by Chase Daniel.

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White Street Loft by Kimberly Peck Architect

White Street Loft is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. This large light-filled open loft in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City was purchased by a growing family to make into their family home. Photography by Pedro Marti

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Eleventh Street Duplex by Kimberly Peck Architect

Eleventh Street Duplex is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. The goal of this renovation was to create a stair with a minimal footprint in order to maximize the usable space in this small apartment. Photography by Pedro Marti.

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Industrial Loft by Gustavo Hadler

Project developed for a 40m² Loft by Gustavo Hadler in order to make it less compartmentalized and to meet the current needs in compact housing, without losing comfort and functionality. For this purpose, the walls that divided the kitchen and living room were removed, providing total integration between the environments. By maintaining structural elements such as pillars and exposed beams, we adopted a more industrial visual identity as a concept, replacing the existing electrical pipes with external galvanized steel rigid conduits. Photography by Carlos Edler.

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London Apartment by Jonathan Clark Architects

This apartment designed by Jonathan Clark Architects is a Grade 2 listed former ballroom. The ceilings are 4.7 metres high allowing space for a mezzanine down one side. Total area is 180sq.m.
There are two staircases – one at the end of the space, the other leading directly into the master bedroom with a ‘secret’ door panel next to the panels hiding a work-station to the right of the kitchen area. Photography by Jan Baldwin.

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Apartment by Eliana de Souza

The project, by architect Eliana de Souza, modified much of the infrastructure and added functional solutions to the property. Maximization and double height bring immensity to just 243 m²

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From the Roof Down by Egue y Seta

From the Roof Down is a project designed by Egue y Seta in 2018, covers an area of 97m2 and is located in Madrid, Spain. Photography by Vicugo Foto.

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The Landscape Mansion by ONE-CU

ONE-CU created a model villa for “THE LANDSCAPE MANSION” — a residential property developed by Poly South China, which is located in Sihui, Zhaoqing, China. “Si” and “hui” in Chinese respectively mean “four” and “convergence”, the city was named so because four rivers converge in it. With a history of thousands of years and rapid development driven by surrounding prosperous cities including Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Zhuhai, Sihui has become an integration of the old and new and enjoys a supremely livable environment.

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