A couple saw potential in this attic space in an industrial urban area. I really like that in some areas they left the steel beams a red orange while in other parts, the ceilings are finished, what a great way to define space. It also looks like there are different flooring materials, once again defining space. I see how a large open space could be a challenge in regards to visually giving definition. The owners have great taste in furnishings and art while some serve in both capacities.
In Milan, exactly at Lambrate, a historical industrial area once home to factories as Innocenti Lambretta and Faema. Currently this former working-class neighborhood is undergoing a continuous transformation, including new buildings, recovery of abandoned buildings and the will to become the most advanced urban center for art and design.
Found at AT Casa