TrendHome: Industrial Italian Loft

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for more information, visit www.q-bic.it & thanks to Onekindesign for the tip!

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Today’s Trendhome: cool, minimalist, sleek, and Italian! Florence-based studio q-bic created this “pallets loft” by renovating the attic of a Nineteenth century industrial building in the heart of historic Florence.  Small partitions painted in different hues created a multi-section, poly-functional space. The space is set up to be easily moved around, with sliding, iron walls dividing it in half. Design classic from Eames, Saarinen, and Le Corbusier stand out agains the neutral, industrial elements.  What do you guys think?

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WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?

  • Barbara Lebow

    Beautifully done-but a pretty dismal environment.

  • George S.

    It may be suited for a work environment (design, photographer, architecture firm, ad agency etc.), but not really as a living space, in my opinion. Looks cold and too frugal even for the bare essentials. That bathroom reminds me of an army barrack.

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  • Janet Galluppi

    I’d live there in a heartbeat!