Designed by The Rural Building Company, the Bletchley Loft is a modern two-story family residence located in Perth, Australia. The first impression of the spetecular house is its double-sized social area including the living room, kitchen and dining sets. No matter its inspiring lighting fixture or eye-catching wall decoration, you can always find some surprising design elements throughout. Upstairs on the second level, the secluded master retreat overlooks the voluminous living space below through full-height glass. The double ensuite has been designed to complement how couples interact in the morning and features a generous walk-in robe. There are many inspiring features in this house, which suits perfectly for its rural or suburban setting.
Designed by MARTINarchitects, this unusual loft makes you re-think about the privacy in home design. Belonging to a dynamic young lawyer, this bachelor pad was designed with his owner’s lifestyle in mind. The first thing you will notice is the unusual feeling follows the transparency between living spaces, dining spaces and the bedroom. Yes, there is no wall, no curtain, just some steel grid to separate living space and bedroom. Besides that grid wall and the eye-catching green wall in the dining space, all the other wall is made out of brick. Moreover, the light fixture and furniture selection are another highlights of this place. The wooden box in bathroom is quite interesting choice. Not sure is that just for decoration or it is actual storage space. But anyway, this 115 square meters loft just gives us a new perspective of home design.
This impressive loft is located on the 12th floor in the building “Red Apple” in Sofia with a total surface 96 square meters. To reflect the style of the owner, a man with a bohemian and adventurous spirit, the designer need to create a active and artistical place where the owner can display many objects and works of art collected during his travels. The six-meter height in the living room allowed for the construction of an intermediate platform, which is a place for relaxation, meditation, reading and especially for the contemplation of the stunning view of the city. Besides two stunning wall art (“The Secret Garden” and “Urbanus Folklor”), hidden kitchen is another intersting feature of this place.
After several years living and working in London architect Dimitar Karanikolov and interior designer Veneta Nikolova moved back to Sofia, where they found a small but interesting attic apartment in a newly built development.They spent the next two years reconstructing the place, designing furniture and experimenting with details, and finishes.