This loft from B-Arch Architettura firm, whom I already presented the work through this post, is another brilliant work from Sabrina Bignani and Alessandro Capellaro architect duo. They transformed the attic of an 18th century building in Prato, Italy, into a spacious and luminous loft.
I love the mix of vintage pieces against the all white canvas [wall, ceiling, beams, window frames, kitchen elements and furniture] and the light oak wide wood floors. As a result, the loft appears very modern yet full of vintage references, giving it a character without looking like a flea market gathering spot. Another great idea is the use of a vintage map as a headboard. Very clever. There isn't much I don't like about this loft. You?
|Photos by Raul Candales Franch|