Spacious loft remodel with open space

This loft already was a great family home but, as the family was growing, some changes had to be made to the apartment as well. A new baby was about to enter the world when the owners decided they needed more space. As a result, they asked CreaProjects for help. The team helped them remodel the loft and make it a friendlier space for the new family member.

The loft had an elongated plan, not the most functional but still great. The whole apartment was restructured and this allowed the architects to include two bedrooms into the new design. Moreover, they made some very useful space in the attic. The loft features alternating rooms. There are two rest areas that are then succeeded by the bedrooms and all the other spaces. Because the floor plan was so difficult to work with, bringing light from the peripheries into the center of the loft was a challenge.

Some areas of the apartment didn’t even have windows. This meant that the light had to be redirected from the other rooms and that the artificial lighting system also needed to be improved. The problem was solved relatively easy. Two powerful sources of natural light were created, one of which was coming from the attic. A glass railing was the only thing separating these areas. The two bedrooms that the apartment now has are spacious and with plenty of storage space. They have their own baths and colorful decors, just how the kids like it.{found on micasarevista}.

Published by in Apartments, on May 10th, 2012


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