Alexander Design Restored a Loft with a Gray Monochromatic Palette

 - Feb 28, 2018
References: alexanderdb & design-milk
The site of Alexander Design's renovation project is situated in a building that was previously a telephone company's headquarters, but is in recent years a collection of industrial lofts utilized as office and gallery spaces. Built in 1926, the four-storey structure has a penthouse loft with an extensive roof garden.

Alexander Design embraces the recurring elements and vibes of traditional industrial lofts and re-creates the gray concrete space with hits of wood and soft textures. The furniture harmoniously intertwines itself with the massive windows that fill the interior with daylight. The renovated abode has every room one can possibly think of, including a gym and a playful swing. As far as industrial lofts go, this Alexander Design's project is definitely a dream for any creative spirit.