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The designer Shay Sabag has bought the loft and decorated it in accordance with own preferences. After that the loft was displayed for sale. Shay Sabag asks $915 000 for 200 sq. meters of exquisite loft. This residence isn’t appropriate for everyone. This loft is a masterpiece created by a man and for a man. This fact is enhanced by a wine cellar, collection of kalians and a fireplace. These peculiarities make the house unique and create the spirit of donjon – a tower of a Medieval castle`s owner. This specific style is also emphasized by the domed shape of windows, heavy wooden furniture and crystal ceiling lamps. The apartment is located in the new building, yet it seems that the premise has long history. Retro-industrial elements include ceiling beams of copper colour (looking like true century-old industrial ventilation) and angular steel elements. They make the premises look like a distillery or production unit. Moreover, high windows, solid furniture and aged brickwork bring in the spirit of the Crusades times.

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