Leave it to innovative Europeans to take their ethos of open living to the architectural world. Polish architects Michelina Majcherkiewicz-Chmielowska and Jedrzej Sobkiewicz designed this stylish and incredibly spacious loft within the shopping, arts and business district of Poznan, Poland.
The unique, semi-partitioned design sets this loft apart from other converted spaces around the world. But here’s the kicker: the real inspiration for the design comes from everyone’s favorite San Fran investigator, good old Nash Bridges. The owner’s love for the fun-loving, free spirited crime-fighting hero inspired the clean architectural look for this dwelling. And Nash’s “no borders” approach to life lives on with this open-living style loft. With rooms only partially walled off, clearly the limited amount of privacy may not be for everyone. However, for those who don’t mind living in public, this Nash Bridges influenced apartment provides a trendy alternative to the traditional living arrangement. [Via: Arch Daily]