A Loft of Pallets in Florence

by:Temenouzhka Zaharieva
Industrial chic, rough lux and design classics from Eames, Saarinen, and Le Corbusier live together in harmony here. This amazing interior is the result of renovating the 180 sq.m. attic of a 19th century industrial building at the heart of historic Florence. It is the work of Florence-based design firm Studio q-bic who made an interesting multi-section, poly-functional space. They used small partitions painted in different hues and sliding iron walls to divide the place in half. Designed to host small events and parties, the loft also acts as temporary accommodation for guests. Although a bit gloomy (daylight only comes in through several skylights), the original interior makes the place welcoming and inspiring.