Remade in England – Queen Elizabeth Street Loft

Two decades ago, Queen Elizabeth Street Loft was down and out, a warehouse all but withered. But the owners had other ideas. From the dizzying brick walls to every nut-brown timber beam, this marvellous apartment is not as good as new, but better.

Kyiv Loft

This Kyiv Loft, with an area of 115 sq. meters is located in the heart of the capital of Ukraine. A project is executed in style of loft with the use of great number of characteristic elements.

Stunning Shoreditch Loft

This is arguably one of the most stunning of Shoreditch lofts. A penthouse spanning 2153 sq ft, this loft is set on the entire top floor of a former warehouse on Shoreditch High Street with direct lift access into the apartment.

Converted stable in Rome

This loft is a converted stable in Trastevere in Rome, the result of a project by Roman architects MdAA. Trastevere was full of such stables until the beginning of 1900’s. Large spaces, developed especially vertically, whose dimensions were obviously dictated by those of the horses and carts.

The Tower in London (another one)

As industrial parts of cities are being transformed into living neighborhoods, there is a bright future for buildings that served as factories, warehouses. Just as it happened with a landmark Victorian-era water tower in central London.

Gleaming White Church Conversion

When interior designer Gianna Camilotti saw this converted church in Chingford, it was love at first sight. It has gleaming white space in which she created a spacious home and office.

The Loft Amsterdam – exhibition in a loft

The Loft is a stunning Amsterdam apartment on the fifth floor of the building Cristofori on the Prinsengracht, where each object is meticulously aligned. From exclusive designer furniture and vintage accessories to the plants in their pots and even the books on the bedside table – everything is chosen with care and is also for sale.

Penthouse in gothic London

This luxurious penthouse is part of an imposing Gothic revival structure at London’s St. Pancras railway station. For years the 19th-century structure had languished in disrepair. It stood neglected until the mid-2000s, when the Manhattan Loft Corporation embarked on an ambitious renovation. But though the building’s exterior was restored to its former glory, the onset of the recession meant the interior got just a basic makeover. Until now.

Eclectic Loft in Budapest

This project for an extremely creative loft conversion in an industrial property in the heart of Budapest was undertaken by its owner Shay Sabag. The indefinable style of the interior typifies the term eclectic.

The ultimate oligarch’s city pad

A converted church in Knightsbridge yards from Harrods is on the market for £50 million after being transformed into one of central London’s most opulent homes.