Tuesday, June 30, 2009

From Stable to Loft








Love this amazing loft space in Brussels. Formerly a stable house, it's been converted into a multipurpose space that houses a photography studio, office space and a living area. Rather than drastically renovating, though, the original structural elements have carefully been preserved, and simply unified by white paint. Stalls are now rooms, while the central open space serves as a meeting/dining area. Modernity with character. More photos here, too. Via LoftLife.

(photographed by Ocvirk Kus Danica)

9 comments :

Eva Stewart said...

What a fantastic idea. I love it! Perhaps it needs a rug to soften it a little? I can imagine plants in the central area too - a sort of conservatory.

La Maison Fou said...

I love this...so unique!
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Danielle said...

WOW!

LINDSAY said...

Genius use of the space!

Amy said...

That would be awesome to have a stable house like that with all the little spaces - what fun! They need to do a little more with the main area though - unless they use it for rollerskating - then its ok. That would be a bonus of this space too!!!

Sarah Jane said...

i love this space, so open and bright!

Deb said...

This is brilliant, I love the use of the space!

Jane Flanagan said...

Beautiful!!!

Jesse Lu said...

To die for, thanks for the share and for the link to LoftLife... I absolutely adore that swing. How romantic!

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