This designer loft is a rare gem located in the heart of Yaletown in the Space building, expanded to 1000 sq ft of luxurious living space. The style reflects clean, minimalistic taste mixed with industrial contemporary flair. The loft features white gloss porcelain flooring, custom steel kitchen cabinetry, custom wood walls and panels, your own private giant projector screen for entertainment, steam shower and so much more. The loft has 1 bedroom plus a den with 16 ft ceilings.
At night the loft transforms into a captivating, romantic space complete with a light therapy feature and a designer “moon” light fixture art piece. The mezzanine upstairs boasts a walk in closet, sitting area, library and tempered glass feature that allows you to see directly downstairs.
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A new loft located in an ancient building – the 17th century house has been entirely renovated recently- ceiling height of 5 metres and beautiful old wooden beams.
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This installation by Brasilian interior designer Luiz Fernando Grabowsky for the Casa Cor exhibition in Rio to showcase a multifunctional living area in a single (but quite spacious) room
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A chic loft in New York City, somewhere on the border between Soho and Tribeca. It is bright, cheerful, modern with just a touch of old world architectural charm.
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You could miss this industrial loft for a library – a huge bookshelf dominates the living room.