The stunning design and style of the stunning SoHo condominium complex in New York City is making a big splash in recent times, with condominiums flouting a similar style on a big scale, as well as dislocating to be a tripping or two. But the unique, individual loft units designed for the business management firm represented the most unique startover of SoHo’s 13 Street legacy in New York City; one that was not quite fond of the beige and the monochrome concrete facades of the SoHo buildings, built during the heyday, but which was transformed into a modern, bright and airy space thanks to a deft, efficient use of vertical space. Lower level units like the SoHo SoHo condominium are far more modern and airy than those that are higher and contain a larger number of individual rooms. The energy and urban lofts of this neighborhood are a perfect example of what happens when a carefully curated group of eclectic urban firms decide to walk the space with their renovations. This strategy to blur the inside-outside boundaries has far-reaching effects, both aesthetically pleasing and stylish. Set amidst a modern-day art collection of the Brazilian art collector Cristian Zuzunaga, the SoHo Lofts exemplify what is now a superbly compartmented look in Brazil.
With ceilings that are 25 feet high, a central suspended light structure in the center, and a sleek, minimalist kitchen done with a smooth, white glossy finish, the feel is both airy and modern. Rugs in an upper white hue punctuate the kitchen, which is quite typical of a loft. In continuation with the darker tones of the walls and floors, wooden countertops in a similar hue and in the same color space add a warming element. Here, the gray wooden flooring transforms the place from formal to charmingly rustic. .
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