Loft Hrebenky Prague

Offering a hue of hides and horns, cement and rustic deep colored wood, the Loft Hrebenky Prague is a gritty glory land that encapsulates masculinity beautifully. Spanning 85 sq. m., every portion of this space has a meaningful touch to it, and also delivers a 50 sq. m. terrace with a view. Continue reading


738 Broadway

With industrial roots, this “Big Apple” Greenwich Village original structure is situated at 738 Broadway in New York and lacks nothing in the way of lavishness. Built in 1867, during the industrial revolution when cast iron architecture was all the rage, it has maintained much of its character, but with an undeniable enhancement to the interior design executed by Escobar Design by Lemay. Continue reading


32 Loft Apartment

The 32 Loft Apartment is a vision of glass walls, whitewashed wood flooring and cement dividers. With ample light streaming in from the plethora of windows, this apartment – located in Kyiv along the Dnieper River, offers the couple that lives there the home they always dreamed of. Continue reading


Custom Industrial Chic

Les Ensembliers took 3 apartments within the Redpath Lofts in Montreal’s Sud-ouest district, near the Lachine Canal, and designed this space into a three-floor, 6,000 square-foot spectacular space – to say the least! Continue reading


NPL Penthouse

Perched 30 floors above street level, this lofty penthouse in Kiev – the capital of the Ukraine – was beautifully designed and orchestrated by Architect Olga Akulova. The owner of this freshly created opulence originated from Spain, and his desire was to have a space that brought a heightened entertainment experience for his guests, which is exactly what Olga delivered. Continue reading


Loft Bratislava

The Loft Bratislava can be described in one word. Scrumptious. Located in Slovakia, and designed by the architects at Atelier SAD, this top floor, one level, open concept 108 m2 apartment is eclipsed by an outstanding 151 m2 outdoor living space – enough room to live a double lifestyle really. Continue reading


Sao Victor Lofts

Ah, triangular buildings! This one in Oporto, Portugal was constructed in the 19th century with a footprint of 52 sq.m. A2Office molded the original structure in to a building with four modern studio apartments. Stripping it down to its remaining viable components was the first step. These included the solid log floor joists, which were given a boost in strength. The top floor corner construction was removed, as it did not meet today’s standards. Historic documents guided the creation of facade colors, interior shutters, and new windows. A new timber stair resides where the former narrow and dilapidated once traveled the four levels. Continue reading


Garage Loft

Calling all car lovers! This former carpentry workshop in Rotterdam invites the beloved automobile right in to the three bed home. Studio OXL drove this modern home design with strength and light. The 30 meters length of the home was daunting in regard to natural light. Yet their solution is brilliant on so many levels. Continue reading


Loft Design in Old Montreal

The chill is gone from this former refrigerated warehouse. Nevertheless, the expansive space remains, as do the enormous original concrete columns and beams. ACT Design added warmth and opportunity to this Montreal loft for its modern art-collecting owner. Continue reading


Vienna Loft Conversion

When the architecture of an interior is the star, no ornament is required. Bernd Gruber converted this wonderful loft space in to an abstract yet still incredibly intimate one bedroom home. Continue reading