Radio Factory Loft

When a building such as a factory, an office or even odd spaces such as a church or a light tower are no longer used they get abandoned. There’s not much you can do with them, given their specific designs. However, ambitious architects and designers manage to revive these spaces and turn them into commercial spaces or cozy homes. This apartment, for example, is inside a former radio factory.

Houseboat on the Eilbek Canal

German design office sprenger von der lippe, has recently completed the ‘houseboat on the eilbek canal’, a floating residence situated between two bridges along a waterway in Hamburg, Germany.

Collage House

Jonathan Tuckey and his design office is an advocate for transforming existing buildings to contemporary uses, by juxtaposing modern elements over original features to create dynamic spaces.

Work in a Church

Now this is something great! I’ve seen many churches converted to a home, but this is the first that became an office – and what office!

Gartner Penthouse

Former technology executive Gideon Gartner is ready to unload his five-bedroom penthouse on the Upper West Side for $29.5 million. The lavish apartment combines three units and offers panoramic views of New York City.

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.

Original Desk Mimicking the Bent Wing of a Plane

We found this highly intriguing office desk which is sure to hit the spot for all of you out there passionate about aircrafts. The Aviator Wing Desk is available for purchase online at Restauration Hardware and was inspired by the bent wing of a pl…