Local design firm StudioAC creates a contemporary and minimalist aesthetic for a Toronto loft. The interior of the space is incredibly sculptural as the building was previously utilized as a church. The architecture company overhauled part of the religious building to arrange a two-bedroom home that favored an organized and uncluttered aesthetic.
While the double-height living room creates an airy atmosphere and ample space, the open-plan layout of the central level fosters a strong dynamic between areas of living like the kitchen and dining area.
The Toronto loft is spread out on three floors which are visually connected. The sizable windows bring an ample amount of light into the interior of the apartment, while the modern furniture makes for an openly minimalist embellishment.
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