The architect Dimitar Karanikolov and interior designer Veneta Nikolova have presented their new Loft 9b project in Bulgaria. They lived in London during several years and then moved back to Sofia. The designers managed to found this small yet attractive attic-floor room here and have been decorating it for two years. The central place in this loft`s interior belongs to the big black cube, which hides the bathroom. It covers the building`s elevator shaft underneath as well. There is also a terrace planted with green verdure, which not only decorates the space, but protects the dwellers from prying eyes. It is extremely important, as the neighboring buildings are located pretty close to the loft. Vintage-styled furniture and decor items are set alongside with unique developments of loft`s owners. Thus, the bedroom-located wardrobe is styled on the old suitcase, and this idea provided the basis for the new Loftcase brand creation.
Photo: Minko Minev, Georgi Petev, Dimitar Karanikolov