The Pump House

Camouflaged in the north of England, UK, this exceptional two-story building is the result of a notable architecture conversion. The Pump House is the contemporary and sophisticated version of a former water pumping station in Ilkley and shelters …

Waterfall Factory

A lake, a waterfall, a 1950s factory refurbished into a minimalist space that reaches out to a wooded wonderland through walls of glass. References to its industrial past are complemented by the minimalist interiors but what could be cold is brought to life by that view. Fitout and furnishings are simple. The art graphic and strong.

Flour Mill Loft in Denver

This cozy loft unit is situated in Denver, Colorado and it opened its doors in 1999. However, it wasn’t always a livable structure. It was originally built in 1906 so by now it’s become a historic building.

Old Jewel Mill

This loft is located in an old jewel mill in a reclaimed former industrial area, near the harbor of Eriksberg, Sweden. The architecture has been allowed to continue characterize the residential environment, which continues in the interior.

Oil Mill Loft

Located in Extramadura, a community of western Spain, this amazing building was first constructed by the Jerónimo monks in the 12th century and later became an oil mill. Due to its historic value, its original architecture was kept intact

Loft Lichttoren

The Lichttoren from 1909 is one of the historical factories of Philips in Eindhoven. During the twentieth century, light bulbs and other products have been produced and tested in the tower on the head of the building.

Dixie Chic

This light-filled loft near downtown San Antonio (a former candy factory) now welcomes Emily Robison, of the Dixie Chicks, home from her travels around the world.

Bolko Loft

This is not your typical city loft: out in Silesia, Poland, next to crumbling red-brick houses, located near a former mine’s shaft. Sounds gray and gloomy. Designed by Przemo Lukasik of the architectural office Medusa Group architects, this loft is an example of – still rare in Silesia – adaptation of industrial architecture.

Industrial revolution

When she first saw this old, derelict textile factory in the centre of Barcelona, interior designer Cristina Rodriguez wasn’t even fazed – she knew that eventually it would be her home, and how right she was…

This was once a buzzing, thriving factory where people came to work day after day to produce fabrics and textiles. The huge space could have been daunting but, instead of feeling negative about it, Cristina plunged into a whirl of ideas and thoughts about how to make this vast area into various living zones without adding partitions or walls.

Whitney Loft

Award-winning graphic designers and authors of the bestselling book What’s Out There Will Hopkins and Mary K. Baumann are a New York City couple who have recently transplanted their home and office to the renovated Whitney Lofts Building in Minneapolis