Re-nest– Apartment Therapy's green home blog- featured Trinity Lofts on Wednesday. They pointed it out as a prime example of the re-use of historic and industrial spaces (in this case a tobacco warehouse) for modern, urban (and green) living. From the article:
“We love the high ceilings and exposed wood beams … The space is divided into two floors, with the bedroom and bathroom upstairs and the living room and kitchen on the first floor. Above and below and photos taken of the living room from the second floor. The warehouse windows let in an enormous amount of natural light. Ceiling fans are installed in the rooms to keep energy use to a minimum.
Timber beams from the original warehouse were preserved and used in the new condo.”
Read more about Trinity Lofts in our portfolio section.
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