Located at 355 Bryan Street in San Francisco, California, this luxury loft apartment was originally built in 1916 as a warehouse and printing shop. The contemporary renovation is timeless and elegant with brick finish. The open floor plan with atrium ceilings and grand staircase provide a dramatic flair to the living space
The term Loft is generally used to describe an upper story or attic in a building, in other words the space directly under the roof. A loft apartment, on the other hand, refers to a large adaptable open space, often a former industrial building or other type of space converted for residential use. T
There’s something so poetic in taking an old factory and turning it into a modern home. Designers take something old and dilapidated and give it a new purpose fit for the 21st century. This trend has taken the world by storm- decrepit factories, warehouses and offices are being transformed into state-of-the-art lofts. We’re going to […] Join The Industrial Loft Revolution http://www.homemidas.com/2017/02/02/join-the-industrial-loft-revolution/
City warehouse loft conversion with exposed brick and timber structural columns. This porch on the ground floor of a converted 100-year-old laundry building. The bricks and wood have a whitewashed finish. By Chris Hawley Architects.