The Rounded Loft by A1 Architects Uses Unusual Materials

By: Emily Evans - Published: Sep 3, 2011 • References: & freshome
Using chicken-coop wire indoors is not something you hear about everyday, and yet this Rounded Loft in Prague manages to do so seemingly seamlessly. Apart from the obviously unusual building material choice, this mod apartment has a unique way of turning a cosy loft into a spacious space to hang out in.

While the word "attic" may have you thinking that the Rounded Loft is a super-small space, surprisingly it is a 2,368 square-foot duplex. The intensely angled roof within this space allows for spectacular skylight-like windows, which help to make the Rounded Loft both cosy and contemporary. Stats for Chicken-Wired Prague Attics Trending: Older & Buzzing
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