This light-flooded 3-storey Loft duplex apartment by Gary Hutton Design offers a spacious interior design and open space design on different levels. Venice Loft in Venice Beach, California was designed by the GHD team as a vacation home for gallery owners. The living space, which is characterized by color contrasts, is exactly in keeping with the spirit of the times.
Dreamlike loft duplex apartment in California
The apartment extends over 3 floors, which are connected by a staircase. The interior is kept very open – few walls and high ceilings make for a more airy feeling of space. The modern interior design is characterized by the sculptural effect of the steel construction and dramatic black and white contrasts. Inspired by the map of the Venice Beach area – Abbot Kinney, this laser-cut structure offers an aesthetic that blends perfectly with the sleek interior design.
Luxury loft maisonette offers comfortable living in a cozy atmosphere
The spacious living room with a loft-like character was awarded the CH in 2010&D Award for Residential Interior Design. The holiday apartment has been decorated with details inspired by the beach and skate culture – from the bookshelves to the individual lighting solutions to the graffiti wall in the ladies’ room. Vibrant colors and playful shapes enliven the black room and almost set it in motion. The bookshelves decorated with dumbbells in the home office are a real eye-catcher in the room.
Loft duplex apartment of Gary Hutton Design
The blackened steel has been drawn through the white interior and looks extremely decorative
Living in a loft – individual lighting solutions
Exclusive dining room design of the loft apartment Venice
Dumbbell as decoration on the bookshelves in Venice Loft
Untraditional wall decorations give the room an artistic touch
Vacation rental in Loft Character in Venice Beach, California by GHD Team
Anthracite wall in the seating area in a stylish contrast with the plain white furniture
The bedroom of the three-story apartment is decorated in warm colors
Beach and skate culture influenced the toilet’s graffiti wall