Increasingly because of the problems of space, especially young people, we choose to rent houses with few divisions, which at the end of the day take away space, so we usually opt for screens or other types of artificial separations that can make a wall effect and which also give us two very appreciated possibilities in small spaces: save space and be lighter visually and be mobile, by allowing us to have the decoration we want when we want This screen, called Flipper also has other features that will make it the artificial wall perfect for a small space of contemporary style, in short for a young environment and that is: it allows you to select the separation you want between the environments: if you do not want a total separation you can open some of its windows and thus be able to connect or disconnect the different parts of the house also, the windows they see have a mechanism that makes them stay in that position. perpendicular tion, so they can serve as shelves for books, decorative accessories, etc.
The remodeling of apartments or lofts projects can be a trap at the moment we seek to optimize each square meter that we have available in the best way. Undoubtedly, the use of vertical space not only allows us to expand the available footage, but also gives us more volume and makes our space more versatile.
The rationalist style is one of the most sought after in outdoor architecture and open spaces with bright environments have become essential in the interiors. A highly harmonious combination and the pattern that follows this Berlin apartment. Designed for a contest of innovative ideas with efficient use of space in cities, attractive and special to the naked eye.
Surprising as it may seem, it is usual to see in some countries the transformation of abandoned churches into spaces dedicated to other activities far removed from religion. Thus, we have been able to discover religious sites transformed into offices, cinemas, cultural centers and houses. Such is the interesting case that we will discover today with this amazing minimalist loft that was a church.
When we talk about nomadic houses and mini houses, the image of a structure mounted on a platform or a trailer that can be attached to a car and move is almost always in mind. Of course we have seen interesting and innovative alternatives that have taken advantage of the trend of mini spaces to create very small houses that offer us all the comfort of any other structure.
In an eclectic style, with an industrial touch and a romantic touch, this is the loft that the architect Nayara Iglesias and her In Out Studio studio team has designed in the Salamanca district of Madrid. The loft has almost 120 m2 and the space is arranged in a "U" shape. One of the biggest challenges in its design has been the lack of natural light.
There are many homes that have strange or difficult provisions to furnish them, however, with the intelligence of accurate projects they get ahead. Here we have a clear prototype of housing that were originally offices and after excellent work has been transformed into a two-story house.
The concept of loft comes to us from the United States and mainly from the mythical and controversial city of New York. When we talk about loft we have large open spaces in mind in a building that was previously a warehouse, a company or even a fire station. If the styles of the lotf are diverse, since they correspond to the decorative priorities of the owners and projects of the designers and architects, it is quite common that we find a loft that has a decidedly industrial environment.
It is always comforting to discover beautiful renovation projects of spaces that manage to be so well assembled that you just forgot that they were originally something else. Such is the case of many lofts that result from the recovery of old buildings that are rescued from oblivion to be reborn into something completely new.
The industrial style is one of the most liked lately, both for houses and especially for commercial establishments, especially those of hospitality. Sometimes the complicated thing is to get furniture that conforms to it and that at the same time satisfies functional needs and quality standards.
The industrial style is a combination of several elements that allow us to create a slightly aggressive environment that reminds us of certain aspects of the universe of factories. They dominate iron, wood as well as decorative elements and furniture that in another life have had a different use. The industrial style knows its heyday in the middle of the last century, finding its best moment with the fashion of the New York lofts.
I've always liked lofts. In fact, when they were a student, I aspired to live in one ... Later, when I bought the house, the truth is that it seemed more practical to live in a house with partitions to give privacy and not have to live all day in it space. Even so, the lofts still attract my attention, and even more so, when I find a space like the one we bring you today to Decoesfera.
The actor Daniel Radcliffe, who rose to fame with his participation in the Harry Potter film saga, has invested from an early age in the purchase of houses and apartments in places like London, New York or Melbourne, Australia. In this world of entertainment it is very common for artists to regularly buy and sell their houses and apartments.
For all bicycle users who live in cities with relatively little space available, this furniture can be very practical. It is a piece of furniture, designed and designed by the Italian company Vadolibero, so that you can store your bicycle as if it were a common object. Everything on the furniture is made so that, in addition to the bicycle, you can comfortably accommodate your helmets, hang clothes like a windbreaker, as well as your shoes, among many other things.
We have been going to events in the most amazing places for some time. Sites whose potential would never have been the same if they were not strategically placed and with a lot of space. The same is a small palace in the Salamanca district, than a hidden loft in a residential area. If we saw Pepe Cobo's art gallery in Madrid a while ago, in an "Oil Change" we are now seeing that well decorated, the most unexpected spaces can be perfect for presentations, as in this case of the Gore-Tex fabric.
We have been seeing Casa Decor 2015 for several weeks and interviewing its creators. On this occasion I had the privilege of being able to interview Manuel Espejo who, despite his youth, has created a name in Spanish interior design. Your space at Casa Decor Madrid 2015, Loft in Love, we have been delighted by the warmth that it distills, while bringing together sophisticated and very modern environments.
I've been following the funny New Girl humor series for a long time now, it's an American sitcom starring Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield, Lamorne Morris and Hannah Simone produced by Fox. You'll wonder why I talk about television at Decoesfera, well then Jesse, Zooey Deschanel in the series, lives in a spectacular loft in Los Angeles worthy of mention.
If you have heard a lot about the neo-rustic style and you don't know what it is, or on the contrary you are an unconditional fan of this sober and rustic style, you cannot miss this tour through the perfect example of a neo-rustic home. It is a barn located in the north of Sweden, in an incomparable setting in the middle of the field, with a beautiful forest behind and surrounded by fruit trees, which they have become a beautiful beauty Neo-rustic home.
For some time now the use of the word loft has become widespread and is used for more apartments than those in the strict sense of the word. For example, today we are going to explore Loft des Innocents, which is an apartment of only eighty square meters, renovated by Fredéric Flanquart's studio.
Despite the passing of the years, the Tower of Madrid is still a symbol of the most rabid modernity in the Spanish capital, facing the unfortunate state of its neighbor, the Spain building. Located in the central Plaza de España, next to Princesa Street or Gran Vía, this iconic building is about to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the start of construction work.
When we make a comprehensive reform of a house, building partitions to separate environments implies complicating the work more than necessary, raising the budget and also, in many cases, loss of natural light and visual amplitude. There may be other cheaper and simple and as much or more functional alternatives.