Martina Cafaro and Carlo Zavan from BoA Studio Architetti have designed a very intriguing décor for the Rossi House, a loft in Treviso, Italy. The loft is offering the best views of the whole surrounding area as it situated in the last floor of the building.
This house is connected to the main part of the building through an iron and glass walkway. The original space wasn’t originally designed for private use, so that the architects need to renovate it to meet the needs of private use, including replacing the old wall partitions with concrete structured
The loft is an autonomous volume, like a building inside a building and offering the best views of panoramic and unobstructed views of the city and the river. The inhabitants can enjoy the views from large widows and also large opening of the house. If they won’t be obstructed or simply want to glaze at the stars, they can also use the roof as a terrace to enjoy the views.
The interior is defined by an open floor plan and 45° shaped beams, very beautiful skylights in key areas and also a 5-meter open space marked by a couple of large pillars that offers 270° views over the city.
This old industrial loft is divided into two areas, the mezzanine level of the loft is used for sleeping areas, while the upper level is used accommodate the social areas offering views over the city and river.
Here are some photos of the house, check them out to get some inspiration from it.