Lofts and Apartments, Beta Plus
- Availability: 1 week
- March 2008
- 204 p.
- 23 x 30 cm
If you have made the decision to live in a loft, chances are, you are not interested in a classic decor. At the same time, you want to go beyond the genre's standard of brick and metal. This unique work will inspire you with beautiful examples of how to organize large open spaces. Read on and fire up your imagination to create your own personal vision of loft life!
The enduring success of lofts shows that this method of re-evaluating our industrial heritage is more than just a passing trend.
Loft-dwellers, particularly younger ones, feel at home in these airy, open spaces where rooms flow smoothly from one into one another.
This sense of transparency has become a prominent theme in penthouse, apartment and flat design. Smaller rooms are opened up to create welcoming living spaces, where cooking, eating, relaxation, watching TV, and other activities can all coexist. Nowadays, bedrooms, bathrooms and dressing areas are often merged into one large room.
This book presents fourteen recently-completed lofts and apartments created by renowned interior architects and designers. They provide inspiring examples for anyone thinking about creating a loft-style home or holiday residence.