- Dark kitchen cabinets
- The matching sofa design ensures comfort in the living room
- A renovated country house
- An architect's house
- Innovative design adjusts light level of lamps with motion sensors
- Make glamorous entrance – stainless steel door handle
- Tie – lounge chair with creative and functional design concept
- White Shell Tile
- oil lamps on wall hooks kitchenette with a striped awning
- Ideas for bathroom tiles, variety of designs and tips for tiling
Hi-tech loft apartment in Belgium Kempart loft of Dethier Architecture
Architect Daniel Dethier Kempart designed hi-tech loft in 2015 for a particular client. The apartment is located in Liege, Belgium, and 152 square feet of comfortable living space and a rooftop terrace offering stunning views of the city. The interior impresses with its minimalist design and is characterized by metallic effects of industrial inspiration. An aluminum structure that resembles a capsule and is housed in the center of the room, which houses the bathroom and visually divides the space into different areas of life.
Bad aerodynamic capsule is the heart of the loft apartment hi-tech
The owner is very enthusiastic about the precision engineering and this is reflected in its high-tech loft resist. The ultra-modern interiors shows how industrial spaces can be transformed into a comfortable home, where stereotypes are avoided.
Modern loft in an old bakery
The Penthouse has been completely designed according to customer's ideas for a couple without children. For this, the room was perfectly open. The background is quite simple - white walls, kitchen cabinets without fronts handles monochrome finish, floor to ceiling windows, high ceilings. The new lifestyle is more open and interior design, as well as in personal relationships.
Aluminum structure houses the bathroom
The flat box - the aluminum capsule divides the space into functional areas - central living room, kitchen, living room, dining room, bedroom, dressing room. The living room is facing south, while the bedroom faces north. The Badkapsel characterized by a unique design - Simple silhouette, aluminum siding, inspired by the aerodynamic and aesthetic forms of the Airstream trailer. The boxes are the colors of the solution furnishing bathroom artist Jean Glibert. Through three portholes bath can be glimpsed. The lenses can be made opaque.
Project interior design architecture Dethier
The hi-tech loft has a storage space, ventilation and heating.
Integrated light bar
Bathroom and dressing in a unit volume
Hi-tech loft with loft
Schliches Kitchen Design
The interior design provides a feeling of lightness
Integrated flat screen TV
dining table with cantilevered
Home Office Design
Modern interior created by Dethier Architectures
roof terrace with stunning views of the city
The rooftop terrace is illuminated at night
Landscaped deck wood
Location of the loft apartment Kempart