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  FEBRUARY 2011

We are extremely proud to see our products so perfectly incorporated into this residential loft designed by Jane Kim Design. Her vision was to strip the space to its most elemental state, revealing brick walls and exposing beams. Blackened steel, concrete, and stainless steel echo the industrial quality of the space.
In an open living room, kitchen and dining area, furnishings with an industrial aesthetic as well as re-purposed salvaged elements reinforce the concept. Please take
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Image: Ten foot tall blackened steel pocket doors separate the master bedroom from the main living space. When open, the loft has full north and south exposures. Archive FM lights with round globes hang in the master bedroom on an axis with a view to the master bath.

Photo credit: Eduard Hueber / archphoto.com

 
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