The Double Life House by Australia-based Breathe Architecture. Because what you see is NOT what you get. And I just want to point out that showing the floor joists in the ceiling in the photo below is such a cool touch. I adore this little house.
Serious loft love happening with this post right now. Located in the Tire Town building in Salt Lake City (built in 1925 to house the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company), the current owners wanted to bring this loft back to its industrial roots and enlisted City Home Collective for the job. There is so much to love about this space – the cherry-finished kitchen cabinets set against a brick wall, the gothic industrial master bathroom, the double-sided fireplace and of course, the fabulous lighting in the bathroom and bedroom.
I know I have often said “this is my dream loft!” but in all seriousness, THIS IS MY DREAM LOFT! The exposed brick and beams, and HOLY SMOKES WILL YOU LOOK AT THAT MEZZANINE! With direct access to the roof-top terrace and features an interior courtyard with a retractable glass roof. I die. By Andrew Franz Architect.
Fridays should be about good things, and lofts are reeeeeally good things. I will be featuring 2 lofts today, and this one is an absolute dream of exposed brick, beams and columns, modern additions and the coolest concrete wall. This 2,000 sqf renovation of a former garment factory floor in New York’s Lower East Side serves as a casual 1-bedroom loft apartment for the owner, and a place to entertain and relax. The layout provides a maximum of open studio space and a secluded sleep and bath area. Inspired by the rustic materials in the previous manufacturing space , the aesthetics of the loft combines rough and simple materials with bold industrial objects and colors. Architect: Anima Photos: Chuck Choi
Exposed brick + massive black framed windows + double height living space + dreamy leather sofa + black SMEG + luxurious bathtub + puppy = LOFT HEAVEN by A+Z Design Studio.