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Published: Saturday, April 21, 2007

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Loft 34

A nineteenth century industrial building is carved into a residential unit through a design that is creative; yet subtle in its approach.

By: Najmias Office For Architecture [NOA]

Architecture-Page | Loft 34 by Najmias Office For Architecture [NOA]
Interior view of the ground floor of the Loft 34.

The Building

Loft 34 is located in a late XIX century industrial building. Originally housing the first electrical sub-plant in Buenos Aires City, the building has changed owners several times. Currently it is occupied largely by artists, designers and architects.

Architecture-Page | Loft 34 by Najmias Office For Architecture [NOA]
View of the dining space in the loft.

The loft is located in the wing dedicated to residential use. However the brief required the design to be flexible enough to allow traditional uses of the space as well.

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