So I just got back from my very first trip to Los Angeles a few days ago, and I can honestly say, I’m absolutely in LOVE with that city. There’s literally something there for everyone. You have the luxury and glamour of Hollywood, while still having the edginess and grit of a truly urban city. Of course, three days into my trip, I immediately started looking for apartments in two of my favorite areas- DTLA and Los Feliz. It sounds a bit drastic, but I’ll be sharing more about that in another blog post. Right now I want to share with you this gorgeous Downtown Los Angeles loft I came across today on Archdaily.

Designed by architectural firm Marmol Radziner, this loft is everything I’ve personally ever wanted in a loft. Photographed by Jessie Webster, this DTLA loft is industrious, yet elegant. I love the use of matte black throughout the kitchen and dining area.  The 2,000-square-foot condominium loft is located at the Toy Factory Lofts, a former warehouse built in 1924. I’m loving all of the velvet furniture in rich vibrant tones.

  • Amila Wickramarachchi

    This loft is beautifully designed.Even it looks spacious with all the facilities inside.I like how they keep the details of existing columns and ceilings without changing.Still match with the loft interior.

  • Ana Ojha

    What a beautiful decor! I ABSOLUTELY loved the aesthetics of this place!

  • What a beautiful design! I absolutely LOVE the light fixture and layout of the loft.

  • shreya de

    This industrial designed loft looks fab! Love the touch of sophistication through the furnishing, couldn’t ignore the openness of it as well. I am an architect by profession and such adaptable spaces excite me.

  • Chandresh Jain

    Lucky you , already covered the dream city LA .. Now you very high benchmark to compare when you visit other parts of country …

  • Karyn Locke

    I’ve always wanted to live in a loft! The airy feel, combined with all of the windows? Perfect!

  • I love LA and would love to move there too. This has such a rustic but modern look to it. Its a great open space!

  • Rose Mont

    I would love a large and wide space like this. Of course if I had a big space I would need to decorate it accordingly and that wold be a challenge in itself. This is a beautiful space though.

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