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.
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.
CMC architects designed a loft in a former industrial building in Prague. “The historical First Municipal Brewery in Prague-Holešovice – a place where beer fermented and beer buckets were stored gave stimulus to an original design of an open, and, at the same time, introspective space for creative and modern housing in an industrial spirit.” Photography by Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma at BoysPlayNice
Despite of urban loft designed, the space of interior was warm, cozy and comfortable for daily accommodation of family. The main goal of project is a combination of materials to different perception and feeling, which was implemented at the high level by the Rubleva Design team. Photography by Sergey Krasyuk
The loft designed by petrjanda/brainwork is situated on the 8th floor of a former Baťa shoe factory building in Zlín, overlooking the green heart of the town. Its design aims to integrate the town’s image into the space of the apartment. Photography by BoysPlayNice
The residences in Moscow’s prestigious Novaya Riga community by Art Group Design Studio tend toward the Anglophilic, with cottage-style mansions popping up in areas like Montville village. But the owners of this 3,200-square-foot home wanted something a bit more international. Photography by Sergey Krasyuk.