Juan Ferreira, a Spain-based graphic designer, ran across our first featured loft in a Spanish design magazine and was inspired to visualize it. His work is both beautiful and dynamic. It boasts a treasure trove of mid-century modern and Danish modern furnishings, striking modern photography and pops of color set against a pristine white canvas. Our favorite room in the loft is the sparsely appointed dining room with its theme of symmetrically-placed lighting, art and furniture.
Mid-century modern furnishings and large-format modern photographs give this loft living room a balanced retro and modern feel.
A pairing of a classic Danish modern chair and cabinet in rich wood add warmth to the otherwise stark white space.
The loft space boasts dynamic hues of blue and red which pop against the white walls.
The second loft space was visualized by digital artist Juraj Talcik
. His take on modern loft living is edgy, moody and hip with its industrial interior architectural elements and dark hard-edged accents. His rooms are carefully curated with each piece of furniture chosen for its unique form and line. Both lofts offer a glimpse into what it might be like to live in a high-end city loft.
An unique version of Arne Jacobsen’s iconic Egg Chair and Ottoman take center stage next to a grid-designed bookcase.
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A modern free-form grey sofa sits in front of a roughly textured natural stone wall in dark shades of black, grey and bronze.
The loft bedroom is tranquil even with its rough industrial elements on walls and ceiling. A wall of glass offers views of the city beyond.