Ever imagine what these kind of digs these creative architects are residing in? Thankfully architect Terri Chiao has decided to her open up the doors to her home for all us to enjoy, and this space is creative to say the least.
What started as an old textile factory has been converted into a spacious loft. But, we already know the problem with a loft-style space – and that’s lack of privacy. Typically people put walls or dividers up to solve this problem, but Chiao thought outside of the box on this one building an elevated treehouse like structure on one end, and a cozy cabin on the other end of the apartment. The cabin houses the sleeping quarters and closet, while the treehouse like structure offers up another bedroom, and is built right over the office. When we said the designer had opened up her house for all of us to enjoy, we weren’t kidding. Chiao has listed the Brooklyn, New York based property for rent on AirBnB. [Purchase]
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