All posts with tag:high ceiling

Lotta Agaton is rightfully one of the most famous and successful modern designers in Sweden. Needless to say, she worked with Bjarke Ingels himself, the famous Norwegian architect who builds innovative houses around the world. Today we have a great opportunity to step inside Lotta’s apartment, which the designer recently put up for sale. This…

The building in Stockholm, in which this apartment is located, was built back in 1881 and for a long time was considered the oldest gymnasium in all of Sweden. But a fire in the early 2000s destroyed almost all of the historic interiors, after which the building fell into disrepair for several years. And now,…

The basis of almost all Parisian apartments in the city center is constant – the interiors will definitely have herringbone parquet, abundant stucco and wall moldings, an elegant fireplace and characteristic windows. But the content can vary, from purely classic to ultra-modern. But whatever decor option the owners choose, Parisian interiors will always be spectacular…

This Moscow flat is quite tiny, but located in an interesting house – a reconstructed building of an old tea-packing factory, where the original brickwork and other industrial elements have been preserved. It is now a complex of trendy loft apartments with high ceilings and large windows. It was thanks to the first feature that…

How good it is when an apartment has high ceilings! Even small interiors immediately seem 2 times more spacious than they really are. Take a look at this Swedish apartment with a total area of only 43 sqm (even with a separate bedroom) – the height of the ceilings visually expands the space, and combining…

Usually, when working on interiors in former industrial buildings, designers try to resort to techniques and solutions inherent in a purely industrial style. But in today’s case, the situation is slightly different – here we see all the typical features of the Scandinavian style, successfully tested both in historic buildings in the center of Stockholm…

Premises of former factories are not always brutal loft spaces with brick walls and concrete surfaces. For example, designer Jessie Schuster has created an elegant modern oasis in an old industrial building in New York in pleasant soothing colors and interesting designer furniture. It is worth noting that some characteristic loft elements have been preserved:…