Another great example that lofts can not only be found in the likes of New York. The project by D3A, a Czech interior design consultancy turned an industrial space on two levels to a home, cultivated by cleverly chosen color scheme, lighting and furniture.
This great-looking loft in Denver, Colorado was designed to reflect the ownerâ€™s passion for automobiles. The designer who handled this design is Beaton Design. The challenge was to create a comfortable space that would reflect a strong passion for exotic automobiles in its lines, form and detailing.
Since the 1980s, Kelly Hoppen has become a household name in the style capitals of the world. Often infusing her Western interiors with objects chosen with an Eastern philosophy, she is a master of visual yin-yang. This is what she had done using natural colors and muted tones to transform of her loft-style flat in southwest London.
This loft is in an old warehouse building with double (or make that triple?) -height ceiling. I just love how the crude industrial environment, steel beams and concrete interact with the barouque decoration and the lively red of the furniture.
A hip young couple living in Vancouverâ€™s Yaletown entertainment district gets married and decides to start a family. Requiring more space than they can afford in Yaletown, but deliberately wanting to avoid the typical retreat to the suburbs, the couple purchases a run-down loft space a few blocks away in Crosstown.