Contemporary Three-story Loft in Romania by In Situ Architects
I am so proud and honored to say a few things about a construction designed by Romanian people. Maybe I am a little subjective, but I think we all agree that the architects from Romanian studio In Situ did a really great job. Located on the top floors of a new building also designed by In Situ, the loft offers really amazing views of the surrounding mountains and the historical center of Brasov, one of the most beautiful towns in Romania.
From the exterior we easily can see that our loft has irregular shapes, so we expect to see a place with lots of angles and interesting spaces. I was right! The interior is very carefully designed and decorated. To maximize the space and to create the impression of a bigger area, the second and the third storey’s floors are from glass, to allow the light penetrate from top to bottom’s area.
On the first floor a big open space is divided in two parts: the one with the kitchen and the dining area, and the one with the living room. Here, a white sofa is emphasized by the contrast created with the dark wooden floors, the white fluffy carpet and the modern coffee table. In the back, there is a minimalist, white kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and highlighted by interesting lamps.
Perhaps more intimate, at the second floor we have an additional white living room decorated with a beautiful fireplace and a colored sofa perfect for those who want to read a book or simply to look at the views.
The third floor is occupied by the master bedroom and its private bathroom. Simple, but so filled with amazing decorative details! On the floors there is a beige carpet that matches perfectly with those brown curtains and wooden beams from the ceiling. In order to enjoy the natural views, the architects designed an interior glass wall through which we can see the loft’s interior, but also the landscape.
For personal hygiene and moments of relaxation, there is a stunning bathroom filled with the most elegant and sophisticate appliances, a place which can change its appearance on demand.