A young Prague couple decided to extend their small attic apartment to better suit the needs of a family life. The apartment is located in a semi-detached house in a small neighborhood built in the early 1920s in a unique Czech Art Deco style. The neighborhood was named Liberty to celebrate newly established Czechoslovakia.
System Recovery Architects
Prague, Czech Republic
Helena Línová + Vítězslav Kůstka
It was designed and built by Damon Snider of TYPE-D Living. I designed this loft with inspiration from both New York and LA, fusing two styles to create an industrial modern space with worn in character in the Beaches of Toronto, Canada.
The Beach Loft
The Beaches, Toronto, Canada
INRE Design Studio has created a double loft in the center of Moscow for the family of four. The first two floors are the parents’ area with a functional fireplace decorated with wood and bricks as the homage to classic industrial American lofts.
Four-story loft in the Manhattan House residential complex in Moscow
INRE Design Studio
Nestled amidst the leafy streets of Canberra’s inner north, the Loft House addition delivers a warm, light filled living space with a ‘lofty’ retreat above. Located behind a compact 1950’s Riley Newsum prefabricated house, the addition emerges up into the skyline with a sympathetic gable form.
Rob Henry Architects
Studio Loft: A unique remodeling project with a gained triple function by Yerce Architecture & ZAAS.
Architect’s Statement: In today’s world where efficient and creative use of space has become a necessity, the idea of remodeling existing structures has received growing interest and enthusiasm. M...
The Kyiv-based architecture and interior design studio Loft Buro led by Oleg Volosovskyi has recently completed Hayloft an industrial loft that is located in Kyiv, Ukraine. Hayloft is not only a dwelling. It’s a cocktail of a restaurant, experimental kitchen, bar counter, exposition, show room, DJ place and a friendly atmosphere both for a kin and...
The Moscow-based design firm Rudakova design led by Russian interior designer Olga Rudakova has designed a duplex apartment of 200 m² in the old industrial building of Moscow.
Project description by the architects:
The object was already attended by metal structures - the skeleton of the seco...