Grand attic loft in Prague by A1 Architects

This beautiful and unique attic loft is located in Prague, Czech Republic. It was designed by A1 Architects in a period of almost 2 years, between 2010 and 2011. The main idea was to design a “boundless” space. However, the private areas like the bedrooms, are separated. The rest of the house has different rooms connected to each other, resembling one single fluent space.

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As you get inside, there’s an entrance hall with dressing wardrobes . From there you get into the living space and then into the kitchen that are in fact one single area. There is a large dining table that can accommodate plenty of guests. The space then opens to the upper gallery, a space meant for guests.

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So, as you can see, the whole loft is a very fluent space, with a uniform design and a fresh look.

The idea was to eliminate the boundaries imposed by the walls and to create a large open space. The loft also has an interesting staircase that features a built-in fireplace and library. Usually the two don’t go very well together but in this case it might work. The railing is made of thin stainless steel net, so it’s both transparent and safe. Besides the continuous open space, the loft also features three bedrooms and a study room, along with some storage spaces and functional built-in furniture.{found on archdaily}