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Situated in the heart of Downtown Seattle, USA, the 150-residential loft ‘Mosler Lofts’ tower was built in 2008 and offers environmental quality as an urban lifestyle choice for downtown Seattle’s growing live/work community.
Concrete floors, steel beams & 19′ ceilings, generous master suite, luxury kitchen and on top of that, an amazing 270 degree view of the Iconic Space Needle and blocks from the Seattle Waterfront!
The Tribeca Loft has a panoramic view, 3.6 meters high, and is entirely designed in a minimalist style made of wood and steel.
According to the architect, “the original volume was converted into a residence with the insertion of glazed volumes and associated enclosed service rooms.
By admin • Jan 18, 2011
Pascal Grasso from Pascal Grasso Architectures has just completed the renovation of a 3,000 square foot duplex apartment in Paris, France.
The most spectacular parts of this remodeling project is the use of suspended plaster blocks across the ceiling in the main living area, as well as the extensive use of white walls and black furniture.
Spotted on Danielle Oakey Interiors, here is an example of how to redesign an uninspired living room on a very tiny budget.
The owner has already bought the sofa, the chairs, the end tables, the TV, the lamps and a few throw pillow.
But no matter what, the living room looks unfinished with its depressing empty boring walls.
For a mere $500, thanks to Craigslist and local classifieds, Danielle revamped the living room which is now so much more elegant!
She reminds us that money is not the key to create a warm atmosphere and beautify a house!
The Ceramic House is a project designed by Spanish architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez.
The small apartment is located in the attic space of an early 20th century building in Madrid. The challenge for the architect was to transform a small area into a new and minimalist living space with a variety of levels.