The idea behind the layout was to get the maximum light and ventilation from two sides while leaving the other two sides of the loft as common walls for its use as a multifamily building.
The living room is left undefined and open along with double height space ( A total height of 14' for the use of mezzanine level as a bedroom space). This is to make the loft space feel larger than it actually is.
The kitchen, bath and the bedroom have a height of 7’ and the levels are connected through a spiral staircase to save space. The staircase can be viewed as a positive art piece along with the other furniture which is either modular and/or easily movable. This is to provide more flexibility in a smaller space. The bedroom overlooks the living area below.
A small practice studio is placed on one side of the living area, and is shield from 3 sides by walls with acoustic panels to prevent the sound from passing through the neighbouring units.
The focus of creating a ‘music’ loft here is more in its arrangement of different elements than in its arrangement of spaces. The design of doors, windows, the guitar sculpture, and the use of bright solid colours are some of such elements. The bright furniture against the white background is used to bring the space alive and keep it as bright as possible and to adhere to the idea of young people who might inhabit the spaces.
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