Studio Loft Integrates Industrial Elements Combined With Clear Geometric and Raw Materials

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This contemporary loft home renovated by Gasparbonta Architects has been transformed from an original studio located in Budapest, Hungary.  The spacious central space includes the kitchen and the living room, together with two bedrooms with separate bathrooms and a storage space size-reduced. 

The most engaging visual part in the loft is the large window in the living room area. As the flat is located on a corner of Budapest's central park area, Városliget, which is currently being transformed into a multi-layered cultural and recreational park, it benefits from the natural oasis' amazing views.

The interior design concept integrates industrial elements and combines them with clear geometric and raw materials such as iron, concrete, and wood to create a smooth, airy, empty space. 

Adding some colorful pieces of furniture and contemporary art pieces will manage to create a smooth and airy space.

The visual consistency is perfected by some unique lighting fixtures, suspended on the ceiling for a dramatic effect.   

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