A 19th century warehouse apartment next to the old Bermondsey docklands in London has been renovatesd by Inside Out Architecture.
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To meet the modern industrial look designers “transfodesigned” pallets, reclaimed wood from construction sites, old steel pipes, discarded lamps, toolboxes and various other objects. This kitchen is great example of industrial style.
The idea of lofts has been around forever. Lofts give a wide range of designing living space and are special in diversified in ways you can use them.
This amazing loft, located in Kiev, Ukraine, spreads over 270 square meters of space. Minimalist design with eye-catching details dominate in all interior devided into functional spaces. Natural materials and carefully chosen, uniquely manufactured decor, furniture and lighting mostly made in Ukraine make this modern loft in Kiev a stylish one.
This bright open-plan loft apartment by local studio Form Design Architecture i s located in London. Named Bermondsey Warehouse Loft, the residence is located within an industrial building that was once used as a tin and zinc factory, but now is used for houses offices and apartments.
This classic loft in the heart of Soho, New York, was built in the 1860s and redecorated by British interior design firm Ochre. Their strategy was to mix old and new in the interiors and retain as much of the original character as possible.
This three level loft apartment located in Kiev has been designed by Thank Balbekof 2B Group. Wood, concrete, glass, metal, exposed brick – all these materials found their place in main living area. A green wall in the living-dining space brings nature indoors and a small terrace just above it allows a fantastic view of the mirror-framed ray-textured wall displaying the TV and sound system. The living area is …
This is an idea for all of you guys. Great masculine interiors, that belongs to Taylor Hoff and photographer Benjamin Grimes. The both spaces are really well organizde supplied only with necessery items.
This loft apartement in Kiev, Ukraine has been renovated by architect Alex Bykov. The main wish of the owners was to create a library. It was raised on a small podium in one corner of the living room to maximise storage space.
When you own a small apartment, the main problem is with maximizing a space. This London apartment deals with that problem having suspended bed just below a retractable skylight, which also grants access to a 500 sq ft roof terrace/garden. Apartmet is spacious and open planned with bespoken interior. A free standing bath in the kitchen replaces traditional bathroom. All this features give real bohemian feel.