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  • Julie Carbrey

    Design Caller ~ Selected Spaces: Cool Urban Loft Space Ideas

  • Roman Bozhko

    Amsterdam Loft designed by UXUS

  • Brigette Bentley

    Love the wood beams

  • Ari Signes Designs

    Amsterdam loft by UXUS design “Before the renovation the loft was not set up as a residence and was an empty void. Curtain “walls”, lighting and a kitchen were added to make what was an old industrial empty space livable.” - UXUS DESIGN "Amsterdam Loftcould be the house of the mad scientist instead it is the house of a very eclectic owner with a refined taste in design! The skulls, the dead animals, the deer horns, the scissors, and the wooden interior add the gothic yet quirky design which really reminds you of a science lab in an 18th century warehouse! Although there is no horrifying feeling in the atmosphere despite all the dead souls, this loft is truly amazing! Located in a historic building in one of Amsterdam’s famous canals; the canal house occupies a total area of 250 square meters. It is located in an 18th century warehouse with a panoramic view over the city. The owners wanted to keep the original open plan layout of the space so UXUS created a series of dramatic curtain walls which could be opened and closed accordingly to the needs of use. All the interior decorative items were selected to reflect the owners’ eclectic taste Old vintage furnishings have been selected and some have been modified to compliment the lofts interior design. Two notable furniture pieces of the loft are the Eames molded plywood chairs, 1946 which have been referred to as the "most famous chair of the century," with a low-slung form that relates directly to the human body and holds no secrets as to how it succeeds technically. Buffets and armoires, bedside tables, and a bed for the royal and the noble; pieces where each and every one of them has a character of its own which speaks of its history and its status. Art pieces and polished animals such as a dragonfly, birds, a donkey, and deer horns, skulls in all sizes and of various species, a bowl with seashells and skulls set a poetic and quixotic mood to this house. The late 19th century Victorian olive green dinning chair which royally stands next to the dinning table as it creatively wears a piano jacket. Another art piece which draws attention is the Casper-like face in a black box-like case with a handle set on a very old drawer. The space is creatively designed with a juxtaposition of mid-century modern // Hollywood era. However, the lighting is very notable as it is quite modern for the design style which is carried throughout the loft. Sputnik style hanging lights create a totally different dramatic atmosphere to the living space, while science lab light fixtures bring us back to the mad scientist scenery! " -" Design L.O.V.E "blog

  • Joseph Giardina

    Sugar Warehouse Loft « Adaptive Reuse

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