Loft is an attic or an upper part of an industrial building (factory, plant, storage depot), including former lofts and mechanical floors converted to living premises and workshops.
The Loft style emerged with the factory crisis in America (1940s) as many entrepreneurs were leaving the city center for outskirts since they couldn’t pay for the storage depots. The space left behind was gradually filled with creative bohemians who turned the plain brick walls into open exhibitions of their works.
Already by the close of the 19th century, the LOFT style became extremely popular. Now one could encounter it not only in painters’ apartments, but also in those of financiers and lawyers.
Kitchen sinks of simple and clear-cut geometric shapes will be a good supplement to LOFT style interior.
This style will readily take in Florentina Lipsi, Combi, Rossana, Kassi 780sinks, as well as sinks to be integrated in Florentina Vega tabletop.
However, mixer models for the Loft style can vary from classical to high-tech.