Designer and furniture manufacturer collaborated on this truly unique metropolitan loft in Milan that doesn’t shy away from dark shades and somber tones.
It is unique in every way from what you’ve maybe come to expect from the loft style. For one, there are no brick walls or exposed pipes running along the ceiling. Its double height windows come in black steel frames.
There are concrete floors and open plan, but that’s all the similarities, really. Both designer and manufacturer ensured that the place is full of character and unique design elements. Thus the extractor hoods, looming over the island, in place of a more familiar ceiling hood.
Numerous artworks hang on threads instead of nails or stand leaning against the walls, which also gives the loft a unique atmosphere. A vertical garden visually separates the zones from one another, and yet you can still see them almost all at once.
Incredible finesse of mixed patterns, dark shades, and bold furnishings makes this loft so beautifully structured and inviting.