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Step Inside This Charming Loft Converted from a Flour Mill

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Luxe loft living isn't just for New Yorkers. Case in point: this lovely light-filled aerie masterminded by architecture firm Robb Studio with interior design outfit Studio Gild in Denver, Colorado, recently showcased on Occupying 3,000 square feet in a 1920s former flour mill converted into capacious apartments, the flat has all the things we've come to expect from lofts. Exposed concrete walls and metal ductwork? Check. Broad gridded windows for letting in maximum natural light? Check.

Originally conceived as a minor renovation to improve circulation between a guest bath and a laundry room, the client decided to enlist Robb Studio to instead give the space a complete revamp, creating an open kitchen (↓) and reconfiguring an open-plan living space around a new concrete-steel-and-charred wood hearth. For the full story and more photos, head over to Dwell.

· Industrial Loft in a Former Flour Mill [Dwell]
· Previous loft posts [Curbed]