Loft <lòft> s. Engl. [from the ancient Norwegian, Lopt «air»; German, Luft «air»], used in Italian to describe
a house or office obtained from the recovery of a disused open space industrial structure with high ceilings and good brightness.
The first relevant examples date back to the 70s when artists created their atelier-homes in some old warehouses located near New York.


LOFT 92 is my very first own studio, located in Torino, Italy.
While it is currently being renovated from scratch, some friends are popping in to say hello.


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