The company’s designers ixdesign gave new life to this loft in New York Citys West Village. The project was called 130 Barrow Street Loft. The total area is 1,050 sf and apartment is located within a structure built as a truck garage in 1931. In 1983 it was turned into a condominium complex, but the crazy geometry of apartments and a limited amount of natural light betrayed the past. Designers had a lot to change to create a functional and warm interior. White color is dominated and creates the effect of additional space and lighting. Wood and velvet furniture have been added to provide the feeling of coziness and elegance.
Have a look at the modern Fontana apartment interior design by Mark English Architects in San Francisco, California. It is the renovation of the early1960′s unit in one of two semi-circular apartment towers near Aquatic Park. As the architects say they removed all non-bearing walls, moved plumbing and completely transformed the space. Among the features of the apartment are marble flooring, illuminated suede sofa, radiant heat and Venetian plaster. Fontana design uses the white color and romantic lighting for living room and bedroom and glass sliding door in living room connected with terrace. The space inside the residence seems to be filled with air. A wonderful view from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Bay Bridge is opened from the terrace.