The vertical loft

Posted on Fri, 13 May 2016 by midcenturyjo

Designed as a live/work space for an artist the standout design feature of this home is the freestanding OSB shelving system that rises over four floors with access from each level. The first two floors are devoted the studio space and storage with racking system for paintings and the cube storage while climbing higher brings you to the living areas on the top two floors. Modern minimalism contained within a 100 year old shell. DL House by Nuno Alves de Carvalho of Portuguese architecture and design firm URBAstudios.

ohHolland says:

Bare naked OSB = please don't let that become a thing

Carmel says:

Sorry but for me this no soul.

Darcy H says:

Interesting when empty, but that's not how people live. My guess is that this would look junky in no time.

JM says:

Interesting that in a space that seems otherwise minimalist, this oversized shelving almost demands collecting more "stuff".

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