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French loft from the Ukrainian designer - etk-fashion.com

Today you will witness an amazingTransforming the apartment in a former factory building into an industrial loft. An architect from Ukraine will show and tell how he did it, how much effort and materials was spent and what eventually turned out the apartment, as you already knew, is in France, in the city with a beautiful laconic name, Aññus. The customer of the project was a free man. Free from stereotypes and prejudices. A person who does not sit still, is active, loves to travel and spend time with friends and family at home. That is why the apartment space is maximally open. The customer wanted to get an interior that would not be like the others. The author of the project is the young designer JulianSadoch. He was born in the city of Drogobych, Lviv region in 1996. In 2002 I went to the first grade of secondary school. And in September 2013, Julian entered the full-time department of the Lviv Polytechnic University, where he still studies as an architect. Since the fall of 2014 to the present, Julian Sadokha has been working as a designer and visualizer. Architecture for Julian - the meaning of life. I am sure that in order to be successful, you need to receivethe pleasure of what you do. With all responsibility I can declare that I am "sick" with my work and get incredible pleasure from it. Julian Sadoha The space of the apartment was increased by demolishing several partitions. And, of course, the very concept of "loft" implies a large, spacious room. The main finishing material isplaster. Also important is the role of the floor: white lacquered boards were used, laid not to the back. All this made the interior unique and somewhat unusual. In the living room, as in the bedroom, was usedPoint lighting, based on two rails. In the guest room near the sofa stands a floor lamp giving a soft light, and a small reading lamp that is designed for reading. Light in the kitchen provides two large lamps that are suspended above the kitchen table. The shape of all lamps was selected taking into account the interior features in the loft style. The color palette is monochrome, and accordingly, aged in all rooms. There are no powerful color accents in the interior. The shape of each item is laconic,restraint. The fabric, wood, glass and various decorative accessories have been chosen with all the details in mind. After all, making rash "moves" is not in my style. Everything should be elegant, it can't be otherwise! Julian Sadoha Details from the industrial past - beams, pipes,Concrete and brick - give this apartment a special charisma. The existence of each object is justified. All proportions are reconciled. In the interior prevail concrete, brick, glass and iron. Everything is simple and functional. This project was not easy at all. But I’m sure it was a success. Julian Sadoha

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