All posts with tag:non-residential reconstruction

This loft in Sydney is the perfect base for a young businessman who often travels between Sydney and Melbourne on a job. The home appeared on the site of a former warehouse and has wonderful architectural characteristics: high vaulted ceilings, open space, mezzanine bedroom. Designers, of course, left the original brickwork in the living room…

Designers of Vi-ju interiors studio did the almost impossible – they made it so that this apartment, on the site of the former office in the heart of Moscow, looks like it’s a home with long history and character. The interiors are decorated in a classic spirit with many vintage and antique objects in the…

Bright walls, retro chest of drawers and warm atmosphere – almost nothing in the decor of this Stockholm apartment gives out the industrial past of the building, which used to be an old leather factory. Of course, the industrial spirit of the premises is still felt: the ceilings with a height of almost 4 m…

This amazing house located in suburbs of Stockholm is really one of a kind, and primarily because it appeared on the site of an old chapel, and the churches, as we know, are never like each other. And the first thing that catches your eye when you get inside is the magnificent living room space…

New York is rich in all kinds of loft spaces since in the past many industrial buildings here found a new life and were turned into housing. Despite some similarities, each of these objects is unique and interesting in its own way. For example, this loft is located in the heart of the city in…

Dozens of years ago, a gin factory was located in this building in London, and now it is a cozy home for a family with two children. From industrial premises, the owners got metal beams, high ceilings and large windows – and all this was advantageously used in the new design. From the street you…

How to quickly distinguish loft space from other types of premises? Of course, primarily by the windows – they are usually tall industrial type, in metal, often black framing. In this Stockholm apartment in Stockholm, the windows immediately tell the unusual past of the building in which the unit is located: it is a former…

The more unusual the past of the premises, the more interesting is its present – this principle works great for homes in reconstructed non-residential buildings, which we often see in the Western countries. For example, this bright apartment appeared on the site of a former 17th-century brewery in Stockholm, and due to its excellent characteristics,…

The notorious American city of Detroit is slowly reborn from the serious economic and social crisis that has been here in recent decades. There are fewer and fewer abandoned buildings in the downtown, new public spaces, restaurants, and hotels appear. Today we want to share the magnificent new Shinola Hotel, which recently opened in the…