The Loft style has emerged and developed as a natural need to valorize spaces whose original purpose was not a residential one. Gradually it came from decorating bridges and lofts to the transformation of some warehouses, workshops and industrial warehouses into living spaces.
If at first they were aimed at people with modest incomes, today, the loft concept has gained popularity especially among artists, architects, designers, people with occupations that involve a lot of creativity. For instance, a top succes regarding the Loft style is the accomplishment of Nordés designers, a company in Belarus. The starting point was a 47 square meters studio converted into a chic and opened space without any unnecessary partitions.
The designers’ concept was dedicated to a free active man, open-minded, who was fond of home parties together with his friends. Their task was to set up a relaxing and comfortable space without any stereotypes. The studio is void of unnecessary cabinets, the couch is expandable in order to save space and the currently little furniture left is vintage. The apperance is raw, unfinished, having the pipes and bricks in the wall on sight, without any curtains. The floor is wooden, dotted by a hand-woven carpet having a traditional model. The chromatic design is based on earth brown colors, red and crimson. These colors are cherished by the one who appreciates the loft style. If desired, the kitchen may be hidden behind a wooden facade. To argue further that this studio is dedicated to a man, the Nordés designers have removed the bathroom mirror. Because who else other than a man could trust the line “You look good!” that replaces the mirror?