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The Crosstown Loft designed by Campos Leckie Studio is an affordable refurbished loft located in Crosstown, near Vancouver’s Yaletown district.
This former after-hours party loft was converted into a two-floor living space — 1000-square-feet on each level.
The lower floor is the private sleeping and play areas and the upper space houses the main living spaces for eating and entertaining.
By admin • Feb 26, 2011
Located in a modernist Richard Meier tower in the Far West Village in New York City, this bright and spacious loft was recently completely renovated by New York City-based architectural firm Shelton, Mindel & Associates Architecture.
According to Architectural Digest, this apartment was designed for a San Francisco family for their New York “pied-à-terre”!
Italian Architecture studio Nicola Auciello Architetto has completed the Casa Al Gianicolo project located in Rome, Italy.
Three apartments spread over different levels have being joined together to form this large bright apartment.
Designed for a couple with children, the 2,700 square foot apartment offers four bedrooms, each with their own bathroom.
This loft-like penthouse is part of a sixth stories building built in the 40s’.
Located in Södermalm, a district in central Stockholm, Sweden, this 1,600 square foot modern loft offers a generous living room, a bright dining area and an exclusive kitchen in the open floor plan.
New York City-based archtectural firm WORKac has recently completed this 6,000 square foot loft apartment in the Big Apple.
Designed for a family of four that “loves to entertain”, this “inverse triplex” is the result of four years of collaboration between the architects and the owners to create a unique space for urban living.
Italian architect Carola Vannini has renovated this apartment located in Rome, Italy.
According to the architect, the “main characteristic of this project is the huge day area, which is connected to the kitchen’s open space. A generous natural light underlines the large perspective and the strong colors.”
By admin • Feb 17, 2011
New-York based firm Rodriguez Studio Architecture P.C. has sent us photos of the W/G loft project.
Located on the 23rd Street in the Flatiron District, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, this 3,200 square foot apartment was designed for a young professional couple.
The project was a gut renovation with the addition of an exterior terrace.
The Closet House is an experimental project designed by Portuguese architects firm Consexto of how it is possible to live in a comfortable 474 square foot apartment.
Located in Matosinhos, Portugal, the apartment is divided in five zones, two of which are completely flexible and transformable, thanks to an automated sliding cabinet/wall system.
New York based fashion and interior design studio Jarlath Mellett has designed the interior of this beautiful apartment located in Tribeca, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York.
By melding mid-century designs with cutting-edge custom pieces and classic elements, Jarlath Mellett folks re-imagined the “classic Fifth Avenue style apartment as a modern, sleek downtown residence.”
Spotted on MBP, here is a completely renovated apartment located in a historic building in Melbourne, Australia.
This three bedroom, two bathroom residence is on sale and according to the agent, “this superlative warehouse conversion in “Leicester House”, an historic 1880’s building, provides privacy and vast spaces.
By admin • Feb 9, 2011
Found at Swedish Real Estate agency Alvhem, this 730 square foot apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and is located in Gothenburg, Sweden, on the second floor of an old building, built in 1904 and recently renovated.
The apartment was decorated with bright white walls and hardwood floors, a mix of modern and classical furniture. The red doors of the wardrobe and the tiles in the kitchen bring some color accents to this peaceful and comfortable apartment.
By admin • Feb 8, 2011
The Store Front Loft is located in in the Far East of the East Village in New York City.
The old apartment was totally transformed by NYC architect firm Messana O’Rorke into a white minimalist loft-like residence for an alternative couple and their collection of art and contemporary furniture.