London has been an inspiring architectural design scene to which New Zealand-born, London-based architect William Tozer these days added a fascinating conversion of an industrial space proper right into a picket and concrete-outlined trendy loft home. The uncovered concrete ceiling is reminiscent of the loft´s former use as an industrial manufacturing unit and shelters a set of areas tailor-made to the needs of a up to date lifestyle. This Loft in London provokes two design style to work collectively as a strategy to type an inspiring inside design. Books and artworks received a specific place, adorning the prolonged hallway and occupying an space behind a sliding picket panel hiding a cosy sofa. A constructed-in desk and cupboards compose a home office area on the end of this hallway. The kitchen, consuming space and dwelling area are part of an open space, hinting within the path of its industrial heritage with the help of particulars identical to the open cupboards or differ hoods pipework. The mattress room with en-suite rest room carves the similar minimalist industrial trend, topping off the overall look. Overlooking the city´s skyline, a terrace wraps spherical two sides of the condominium, connecting the loft to its surroundings and exposing the encircling metropolis setting.