Architects turn a cramped apartment into a gorgeous loft where the owner’s cats can roam freely

November 29, 2016 by  
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Taiwanese architects ST Studio renovated a cramped, two-bedroom apartment in Taipei and turned it into a flexible loft that doubles as a spacious playground for the owner’s two cats. Loft H can be adapted to different living needs and features long shelving where the owner can keep a collection of books, figurines and sneakers. The architects removed some of the partitions to bring more natural light into the interior and create a loft-like effect. Upon the owner’s request, the team introduced long, open shelf systems for books and collectables, while keeping the amount of cabinetry to a minimum to keep the feeling of spaciousness and flexibility . The shelving system also acts as a sort of playground for the cats, where they can leap from shelf to shelf, or just rest and take in the views. Related: Turett Architects Renovates Small NYC Loft With Sustainable Style The industrial quality of the design, reflecting the owner’s taste, is complemented by a warm, natural oak herringbone parquet . Two industrial sinks in the bathroom are combined with square white tiles and hexagonal dark grey tiles and anticipate the owner’s upcoming marriage. Via Dezeen Photos by by Hey!cheese

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Architects turn a cramped apartment into a gorgeous loft where the owner’s cats can roam freely

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