The Loft

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CHELSEA LOFT of HUSSEIN JAROUCHE

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Hussein Jarouche, the owner of Micasa, a furniture and object store located in São Paulo, and his girlfriend, interior decorator Ana Strumpf, visites New York for about 4 times a year. And when he get there he sleeps in his 87 m2 loft in Chelsea. Creating a space full with design, art and new ideas. Making a patchwork of old plates of brass lamps on the ceiling, hanging different kinds of animals on the wall, industrial objects (chairs, stairs and display cabinet) and of course a lot of art by Alex Katz, James Rosenquist and Damien Hirst.hussein-jarouche-chelsea-loft-micasa-funiture-house-interior-design-incredible-new-york-art-2 hussein-jarouche-chelsea-loft-micasa-funiture-house-interior-design-incredible-new-york-art-3 hussein-jarouche-chelsea-loft-micasa-funiture-house-interior-design-incredible-new-york-art-4

Photography by Fran Parente For Casa Vogue – www.franparente.com

AMAZING LOFT IN EINDHOVEN

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If i could choose a place to live, I would definitely consider this loft in Eindhoven.  An industrial style loft photographed by Paulina Arcklin, with crumbled concrete walls and big black iron windows, raw ceiling and wide spaces. The iron frame windows let’s plenty of light through, so the loft is lit up with nature light. The interior stylist Renee Arns, the owner of Out of the Blue concept store, used only a few colors (black, grey, brown & white) and materials (concrete, leather, iron, wood) to get this result, want turned out to be fantastic.
For more pictures of this space.

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Assignment space styling: Hotel room

At school we have to design a hotel room for the old Volkskrant building, the target group are creatives and in the hotel room they have to experience something new and innovative. I immidiatly thought of a (old loft) elevator room. The door is elevator doors and you have two levels. The first has a livingroom and the second a bathroom. The elevator is the bedroom and goes to level 1 and 2.

Target group: creatives, trend-sensitive and are love doing unusual things.Elevator inspiration (inspiration: an old industrial loft elevator with a fence cage) Livingroom collage (inspiration: a american loft, industrial look) 

Bathroom collage (inspiration: collage showers and lockers, a lot of light and white furniture)

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