Discover The Hottest Loft in Tel Aviv, a marvel of urban design by Shlomit Zeldman. This 86 square meter (925 square feet) industrial-style loft merges city vibrancy with family-friendly functionality. Its ingenious layout optimizes every inch, offering a spacious living area, a character-rich kitchen, and intimate family spaces, all adorned with monochromatic tones and industrial accents. The Hottest Loft epitomizes stylish, efficient urban living.
Explore Cortines, a captivating industrial-style loft, thoughtfully reimagined in 2022 by Gokostudio Architects in Barcelona.
This innovative project masterfully merges open loft living with the necessity for privacy. Seamlessly maintaining the loft’s original charm, marked by double-height ceilings and exposed beams, it introduces transparent joinery and heavy curtains for flexible privacy. Furthermore, the ground floor transformation unites the kitchen and dining area, creating a cohesive, well-lit space. Warm finishes throughout the loft enrich its historic allure, crafting a modern urban haven.
Step into the Stepped Loft, an ingeniously extended Victorian terraced house in southeast London, brought to life by Andre Kong Studio in 2022. This loft transformation caters to the evolving needs of a growing family and the shift to permanent remote work.
The design smartly echoes the house’s original L-shape, featuring a series of stepped brick volumes that house new bedrooms, a study, and a bathroom.
Discover the transformative elegance of the Modern Extension to a 1928 Californian Bungalow, a project that redefines the Kensington Park neighborhood in Australia. Glasshouse designs bring forth a functional yet stylish second-story loft that harmonizes with the historic charm of its surroundings.
This extension, designed in 2022, features a striking balance of brickwork and modern materials, creating a contemporary homage to the classic red brick of the original structure. Inside, the use of natural light and clever storage solutions merge to craft a family-friendly space that’s as smart as it is sophisticated.
RT LOFT, a stunning contemporary apartment in Tel Aviv, Israel, showcases the innovative design of Mano Shallem. Reflecting the vibrant spirit of Tel Aviv, this loft combines modern aesthetics with functional living. Its design, characterized by clean lines and open spaces, perfectly captures the essence of contemporary urban living.
RT LOFT stands as a testament to Shallem’s ability to blend style and practicality, making it an ideal representation of modern Israeli architecture.
Discover the serene blend of minimalist design and breathtaking views with Next to the Blue Church, a weekend loft by Kilo Honč. This unique space in Bratislava, Slovakia, transcends the traditional confines of interior architecture, presenting a transparent and functional canvas against the backdrop of the city’s iconic Art Nouveau gem, The Blue Church.
Focusing on light and shadow, this 2021 loft celebrates openness over detailed design. We removed the low ceiling, added a mezzanine, and used glass blocks for an airy feel. The large daybed and white walls, which double as a projection screen, replace standard furnishings. Thus, we assert that simplicity triumphs. This loft is not just grand but also inspires ongoing creativity and engagement.
In the heart of Amsterdam, along the historic Nieuwe Herengracht, lies a clandestine gem: NH25. Concealed behind a grand double garage door of a 17th-century canal house, this industrial loft by Standard Studio – Amsterdam illuminates the genius of design.
Uniquely built in a former courtyard bereft of windows, the loft showcases a masterfully designed patio, radiating daylight throughout its open yet intimate spaces, highlighted by an eye-catching Eginstill kitchen.
In the heart of Turin’s Barriera di Milano district, Casa MRGT stands as a testament to urban minimalism. Designed by the acclaimed Lamatilde, this 4-story loft apartment takes a bold step in residential architecture.
With expansive interiors of 350sqm (3,767 sq ft) and an outdoor terrace spanning 250sqm (2,691 sq ft), the home offers an impeccable blend of industrial roots and contemporary finesse. From an eclectic garage showcasing classic cars to a rooftop haven overlooking Turin, every space speaks of detail, design, and distinction.