A Fabulous Loft of 17 century
Absolutely charming loft in Gamla Stan, an old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Located in an old building built-in the 17th century, eclectic modern twist in what was a café and later an architectural firm and then converted into a fabulous urban loft. The original architecture of the house imixed with historical materials in its 118 square meters. With beamed ceiling, sumptuous furnishings, a spacious and open living room and an environment that is warm and inviting. The residence has a studio with three potential routes. Through a rustic vaulted cellar with huge wooden doors entering the space for more in a large open kitchen in a corner of the shield. The room has natural ability dining room near the kitchen.
Images and source Via Diseño de Interiores & Arquitectura
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