Loft Conversion by Idhea Makes You Wish Your Home Was a Loft

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 12, 2012 • References: & designboom
This loft conversion by Idhea is a space that’s maximized storage and utilized every corner of the home to emphasize an open concept design.

Czech Republic-based Idhea converted this 1930s home into a studio space and maintained contemporary touches such as the open brick wall and crisp wooden floors and beams. The whole project was worked around limited floor space; one can see how efficient the designers are with the use of the stairs as a part of the kitchen.

Each room comes with large sloped windows that offer a ton of sunlight. The living room and dinning area windows faces a park and a zoo; the bedrooms on the other side of the building is ambushed with lime trees that provide privacy. There’s even a gallery space on the second level that’s perfect for a second lounge spot. This home to loft coversion by Idhea is another example of skillful space use and top notch design.

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