This loft in Chicago is nearly a century outdated and has since preserved the unique brickwork, wooden inserts and flooring. The brand new homeowners of the condominium wished to make it extra versatile and welcoming, and add attention-grabbing parts and shiny decor to the interiors. The designer determined to play with contrasts: the attractive texture of white marble within the kitchen resonates with the tough brick and wooden construction, whereas sleek brass parts and work are against pipes and metallic buildings. As well as, the inside is completely complemented by classic parts and furnishings within the model of the 70s. The area of the primary ground is occupied by the kitchen, front room and eating room, whereas the second ground is totally dedicated to bedrooms and a dressing room. The designer completely managed to refresh the brutal industrial model and add grace and shiny temper to it!