Lofts Inspiration [60 pics]

If you are a Trendlander, you know by now that we LOVE interior design and we love as well Lofts, we did in the post a round up of loft inspiration and since it was pretty popular and a lot of you enjoyed it, here is an other one with some pretty amazing lofts from all over the world. Check also page 2 for random inspiration

Loft Apartment in London by William Tozer

A loft apartment in a former factory in London designed by New Zealand-born architect William Tozer. Tozer’s design preserves much of the building’s industrial origins, leaving the raw concrete ceiling exposed throughout the building. In the kitchen, pipes for the rangehood are also left exposed.

The view below looks from the kitchen towards the apartment’s living area. The pendant lights over the kitchen island are by Danish designer Cecilie Manz.

This shot of the home’s main bedroom shows William Tozer’s clever insertion of new elements such as the en suite bathroom, with the dark timber clearly demarcating the old and new structures.

Photography by Emily Andrews. – More information at

Benoit Jamin and Isabelle Puech Parisian Loft

The working studio and home of famous French handbags designers Benoit Jamin and Isabelle Puech, creators of the Jamin Puech brand, spotted on Marie Claire Maison, The couple reinvented an old abandoned industrial building in Paris and filled it with travel found treasures or flea market finds. The end result is a bohemian chic interior with tons of ideas to steal!

Photography by Christophe Dugied

3D Rendering by Studio Aiko

A sample project which demonstrate how 3D visualization can help designing preservation of historic buildings. This process is require in order to retain the inherent spirit and original ambience of a historic building. It occurs for new construction and any addition, alteration, or repair to the exterior and/or interior appearance of a historic property when a building permit is required.

Architect: Orly Shrem Architects – More rendering at Studio Aiko

Loft Project in Minsk, Belarus

An interesting and unusual for our places (Minsk, Belarus) project. The decoration was not used materials such as decorative plaster or tiling by brick. If concrete or brick surface, those made in the construction, no imitation. Many details of copper (wiring, a different decor). Interesting half – board with uneven seams Bolefloor. Furniture mostly Riva (sooooo old tree out of some wetlands, as they say “they”). By the way one of the designers Riva – Pininfarina. More at


Cyril Foiret

French Trendsetter, living & working in New York : art direction, trend forecasting, styling, designing is part of my daily.
PS: Sorry for my French, I don't pretend to be a writer and I know that my writing is not the best...