Interior design lofts is completed designed by the architect De Bever Architecten. This interior design lofts project which called the Loft Lichttoren is located in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. This loft project which progressed in 2011 is covers area for about 110 square meters.
From 1909, the Lichttoren building is one of the historical factories of Philips in Eindhoven. The lights bulb and the other products have been produced and tested in the tower on the head of this building during the twentieth century.
Since the movement of the production facilities in the late seventies, however, the building became vacant in 1998. Several developers have made some plans for the redevelopment of the Lichttoren. Finally, the developer Trudo has revived the Lichttoren with a mix of the functions dwelling, working and recreation. The architecture design of the building which is combined with the specific program has resulted in metropolitan qualities; it is unique for a city like Eindhoven.
The furbished area which can be furbished is about 16.000 square meters by the buyer/dweller to the own taste. With just a loggia and the necessary utility connections, this loft has been put in the market.
Interior Design Lofts Concept
On the eastside of the Lichttoren, on the head of the building, the architect has made the interior design for a loft which has surface of 110 square meters and a height of 4, 2 meters. With the kitchen and a private bedroom with bathroom, a big interior elements contains al service and a storage space and it is divides the loft into an open living space. Inside this loft, the built-in closets have been clad in veneer wood on the outside and an orange wood on the inside. In open with the living space, the upper level of the elements is dedicated as a study. Also a guest bedroom has been built-in here; it is closed off with a folding door.
By stacking functions and thus maintaining the open character of the space, the eight of the loft has been utilized to a maximum. With a transparent lacquer and kept completely in sight, the concrete construction of the building has been finished. The interior wall of this living space has been painted in white and a bright yellow at the entrance and the kitchen area.
This project is has a special feature. This feature is appearing in the kitchen table. This table is measures 4by 0, 9 meters and it is placed prominently between the living space and the interior element. This loft project has been designed by the architects specifically for Woonhuis Eindhoven II. At the request of the client, it gets its second application in this loft. The big steel counter has been combined with cherry wood cabinets and a bright orange frame, fitting nicely into the robust character of the Lichttoren.
Architects: De Bever Architecten
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Project Team: Stefan de Bever, Heleen van Heel, Martijn Wilms
Project area: 110 sqm
Project year: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy of De Bever Architecten