Mixing Materials: Assuming many different looks and forms, modern lofts provide architects an opportunity to experiment with different materials. This loft building in Los Angeles mixes metal siding and large plates of glass. From HGTVRemodels.com
woning Joyce & Jeroen in Den Haag. wrap a mezzanine balcony around the existing atrium, looking down on the garden/light box below, bringing exterior into the apartments (internal balcony instead of street facing balconies)
Midtown Minimal - in many cases, materials normally associated with exterior surfaces were reimagined in interior applications. Split face stone, concrete flooring, teak decking, and stucco walls all bring a tremendous amount of texture and warmth to an otherwise very minimal space. Each space was meticulously detailed to have its own defined style, while still relating to the overall design sensibility of the loft. The result is a fluid and flexible home that feels both open yet cozy.