The loft has a Henge total look in all its expressive power, within an environment free from constrictions to escape from the world and rediscovering a taste for freedom.
The flexible and innovative use of old buildings is a very valuable practice to transform urban settings, giving them new life and infusing them with new social and cultural significance. This is the backdrop to the important architectural and interior project carried out in Linz by Schremmer Jell ZT GmbH studio and designer Wolf Mayer, who turned the imposing structure of an old, abandoned factory with a church inside, into an exclusive loft for residential use.
To maximize the available space and truly take advantage of the exceptionally high ceilings, the pre-existing structural arches had to be significantly transformed and the interior spaces redefined. The loft presents a Henge total look in all its expressive power, in an environment free of constrictions in which to escape from the world and rediscover a taste of freedom.
The focal point of the living area is the RF Sofa, with lacquered frame and woven leather backrest, complemented by low SR-Table coffee tables with Forest Fusion and aluminum foam tops. This elegant composition is topped by the Light Ring lamp, Henge’s signature piece. The dining area features the LY-Table in Cappuccino stone and the Starlight lamp, characterized by a central body made with the bronze sand casting technique. The sophisticated mezzanine lounge, next to the fitness area, houses the Vertigo sofa accompanied by the Be Mine coffee table, lit by the rechargeable Ghost Lamp Table and the Abaco wall Light in Silver and White Crystal. Partnering with contemporary art proves once again successful, thanks to the eclectic pieces chosen by the designer, Mayer, to complement the decor.
The flexible and innovative use of old buildings is a very valuable practice to transform urban settings, giving them new life and infusing them with new social and cultural significance.