The owner of this bachelor loft in the center of Washington, Will began the career of a real estate developer right after college and very soon was able to achieve some significant success. His company specializes in buying old buildings and their further reconstruction with the purpose of selling, and it is in one of these buildings that his new apartment is located. We are talking about a magnificent masculine loft in a former automobile service station with high ceilings, open pipes, and huge windows. A real dream for a young and single guy!
This apartment in the center of the Slovenian city Maribor belongs to the professional football player, who originally expected that it would not be a family nest, but rather a bachelor pad for spending some time while in the city. When the architects from AB Object began to remove all the cracked stucco from the walls, they found a magnificent old brickwork that was hidden under the top layer. It was decided not to complicate things but to emphasize the original architecture of this housing. Great project!
This spacious and light loft in Paris is an excellent example of an open-plan living space. Here, in fact, there are no solid walls (not counting those in the bathrooms), and all rooms are located within the one space with high ceilings, wooden beams and an plenty of windows. Only a glass wall separates the living area and private spaces. Great project!
We are used to the fact that lofts in Soho, the most creative area of New York, are all former art workshops or fully industrial interiors with brick walls. This apartment is somewhat different. Here, the tone is set by vintage elements, prints, paintings, and photographs. Despite the simple and light base, the furniture and décor here are of most vivid and unusual colors. Such an interior certainly cannot be called universal, on the contrary, it is very personal, creative and extraordinary, like the atmosphere reigning in the legendary Soho.
In this American loft, everything is fair: real converted old factory, original exposed brick walls with all the asperity and roughness, open pipes and lots of open space. Against such gorgeous industrial background, modern furniture and gold details look very contrasting and bold. This is loft in its best way!
All the coolness of the concrete surfaces in this loft in Austin, Texas, were diluted by the sophisticated modern furniture and wooden decor elements. Thanks to this, the interiors do not feel lifeless, but on the contrary, they have cozy and look very stylish. By the way, this is a real industrial building, converted from an old factory into a cool dwelling for young and progressive. Enjoy!
If you like loft spaces, then this modern house in Melbourne is just for you. Outside it has wood finishing while interiors are made of red brick, concrete, metal – industrial design in its pure form. Our favorite room here is an open living room with glass walls, which smoothly connected with a stylish kitchen. Such a cool home!
The living room in this modern apartment in Stockholm resembles an auditorium – the ceiling height of more than 4 meters, open space and large windows are provoking such thoughts. Since new housing built nowadays usually do not have such characteristics, it’s easy to guess that the loft is located in a former industrial building, or to be more exact – an old factory. The designer task was to create a feeling of a life in one of the New York skyscrapers. Great project!
In the beautiful Ukrainian city of Lviv, there are lots of magnificent historic buildings, which, nevertheless, do not always meet modern requirements for comfortable living. The layout of this small apartment of 35 sqm in one and the central houses is far from ideal, but the space has some of the unique features such as high ceilings and direct access to the backyard. Studio RePlus tried to minimize all the shortcomings and emphasize the advantages of this unusual object. The result is a very cool and stylish loft!
When the owners of this spacious residence were looking for a suitable home in Manhattan for their large family, all the options they viewed were either too small in size or with a bad layout. But they found a great solution: it was decided to buy two neighboring lofts and combine them into the big one. A magnificent brick wall with arched doorways became the main feature of the new dwelling, besides it conveniently divides the space into public and private areas. Great project!