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  • Black Swan

    Loft Renovation7

  • Lia Love7

    Rarely do architects in Vienna, Austria get the opportunity that Lakonis Architekten did with the renovation of the top floors of this historic building. They were able to build a modern loft space in an original building without compromising the historical aspects of what the location brings. At first glance you see a classic four-story corner building; then looking up you spot a modern roof structure that is made of steel, wood, and concrete.

  • Fajfar Gregor

    A loft can be beautiful – Lakonis architects Lakonis architects, who renovated and upgraded a loft in Vienna, Austria, proved that a renovated apartment can be, both beautiful and functional. Renovations often make me feel as if architects are driven by some unseeing force which inspires them to put shoe boxes or other bizarre objects in historic buildings.

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