Tag Archives: Loft

Historic Bay-Windows Become A Part Of This Polished Vancouver Loft

Built over a century ago and used initially as a luxury hotel, Terminus in Gastown, Vancouver is definitely one of the most popular buildings for those who love classic-modern loft homes. It is in this iconic structure that a new two-level loft sits elegantly, combing heritage bay-windows with modern aesthetics and urban lifestyle to offer the best of both worlds! The beautiful and space-savvy loft is definitely one of a kind and what it lacks in grandeur, it more than makes up for in efficiency, practicality and prime location. Spread across 1607 square feet, the two levels of the loft work in unison, creating visual spaciousness and sophistication. Read More


Minimal Interior Design By Loft Kolasiński

Minimal interior design is the name of the game with the Berlin based Loft Kolasiński. These interiors are so minimal and exact I almost thought they were all renderings. The minimal approach to this interiors let a few pieces stand out and command attention. I like that some of the furnishings you see were created by them for their clients. I also like the use of mid century furnishings, they fit well with newer designs. Read More

Mixed-Style Interior: Brutal Loft + Pop-Art + Eco-Style

We shall not be far out if we say that the interior of this apartment is an organic combination of mismatched styles and details. Here concrete ceilings with open wiring are coupled with huge floral wall murals, and shadeless bulbs of a brutal lamp hang next to a gorgeous crystal chandelier. Read More

Modern Loft In Kaunas: Industrial Style Wrapped In Unpretentious Lighting

If you love industrial style coupled with modern comfort and carefully curated aesthetics, then you are bound to instantly fall in love with the gorgeous Modern Loft in Kaunas, Lithuania. Nestled in a city that sees the two biggest rivers of the country unite along with a wide range of cultural influences, the loft was transformed by Idwhite keeping in mind both the heritage of the building in which it sits and the aura of the city itself. Step in and you will instantly notice the modern industrial style of the home, with its own unique twist coming in the form of lovely Edison bulb lighting fixtures. Read More

Old Brick Warehouse In Melbourne Finds New Life As A Bright Modern Loft

Adaptive reuse of old structures is not only a budget-friendly way to find a new home with unique flavor, but is also planet-friendly and saves on precious resources. The one-of-a-kind Fitzroy Loft in Melbourne, Australia personifies this smart and eco-sensitive approach to architecture as Architects EAT transformed an old brick warehouse into a gorgeous, modern industrial loft. The 250 square meter loft residence combines a wide range of textures and finishes along with modern aesthetics and industrial overtones to shape a living environment that is exciting, elegant and definitely distinct. Read More

Loft Vieux-Montréal Infused With A Masculine Feel

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This traditional building in Montreal, Canada was recently converted from a fire station into a residential townhouse. Manon Bélanger took on the challenge of renovating Loft Vieux-Montréal and infuse it with an original, contemporary feel. The apartment depicted in the photos below takes advantage of the character and location of the building. Moreover, it boasts a spectacular view from the terrace of the St. Lawrence River and the port. Read More

Old Fire Station Turned Into Dashing Modern Industrial Loft In Montreal

Turning an old apartment in an industrial setting that was originally built to serve as a fire station is a challenging task that demands a sensitive balance between past and present. Nestled in a cozy neighborhood of Old Montreal, this stylish loft apartment was transformed by Manon Bélanger by combining its inimitable past and industrial charm with modern aesthetics and comfy décor. The result is a distinctly masculine space that delights you with a wide array of textures ranging from exposed brick walls to stainless steel surfaces and warm wooden tones. Read More

Renovated London Penthouse Exudes “New York Loft” Feel

architecture contemporary homeSet in an old exchange building in Shoreditch, London, the latest Callender Howorth project involved the complete renovation of a spacious penthouse apartment. The owner’s brief requested a home that would feel like a New York loft; and so NYC’s desirable large spaces, high ceilings, and natural light instantly became the focus of the work. Read More