Tilman Paas Creates a Unique Living Space in a Textile Factory

By: Chalaine Mantha - Published: Feb 25, 2011 • References: nuevo-estilo.es & thedesignerpad
Tilman Paas fell in love with the architecture of a 1930s textile factory in Germany. The building was almost in ruins, but with a little TLC and a lot of hard work, Tilman Paas was able to create a masterpiece.

The inside of the house has a lot of iron bars holding up the foundation, giving it an interesting, modern twist. Tilman Paas did an excellent job keeping parts of the factory visible while still adding a contemporary touch. You would definitely gain some leg muscles going up and down the enormous flight of stairs everyday! Stats for Home Sweet Factories Trending: Older & Mild
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