Industrial lofts emerged in New York in the 60s, and were usually rented by artists. Today, they have established their status and have proven that they can also be sophisticated places, filled with magic. Here are some of the most staggering US Industrial Lofts in order to inspire you for 2019.
Online homewares and furniture purveyor Hunting for George collaborated with Melbourne design studio Grazia & Co to produce this sophisticated loft. Filled with unique details like a chic Oliver side table and plants, a Rollo solid cylindrical ottoman and wool upholstery, it’s not a surprise this loft is one of the most staggering places you can find in NY.
Designed by TILTPIXEL this fantastic loft at 770 Broadway in New York City. The client, Vornado requested that the place should feel “like a private hipster club.” One of the main inspirations was the AMC television series Mad Men. The look of this loft brings up sophistication, making this clean and sophisticated place a dream for the common mortal.
In Manhattan’s Tribeca North, we can find this dazzling loft designed by Andrew Franz. This remarkable space served as a caviar warehouse in the end of the 19th century and has now become an open residence. It even features a green roof garden. The use of modern materials mixed with restored ones, makes this loft one of the most sophisticated of the area.
This two-bath loft in New York (NoHo) was designed by Jesse Turek. The space features decor arsenal that include some prized pieces of art and Yankee Stadium memorabilia. The place is exactly what the client wanted: a place to hang out with friends, that would be “the ultimate bachelor apartment” – an elevated and sophisticated loft made for entertaining.
This 1400 square-feet loft used to be a 19th-century factory. After its renovation, this TriBeCa apartment has find its way into New York and Scandinavian minimalist architecture. The perfect balance was achieve by the fabulous design of the Søren Rose Studio.
This loft is located in Capitol Hill, in Seattle, Washington. The brick pattern found in the backsplash was chosen in order to blend in with the native steel. The grained Zebra wood casework was featured so it would bring warmth and personality to this place. Under the stairs, the steel base board was replaced with steel plate to create a durable storage space for bikes.
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