Crosstown Loft

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Campos Leckie Studio transformed an open plan loft into a open public space upstairs and a convertible sleeping and play private space downstairs.

This project presents an alternative to suburban living for young families. The decisions of individual families to collectively reclaim neglected parts of the urban fabric presents a compelling model for urban revitalization and adaptive re-use. The design demonstrates a creative architectural response to the challenges of creating “rooms” in generic loft spaces – which typically only have access to light and air at one end of an extremely deep floor plan.

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Via ArchDaily

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  1. Great looking space but, white walls are a little stark though. The wood floors and dark flooring however helps to balance this coolness. Publisher,familyfirepit.com

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