Welcome to our gallery featuring the Loft ESN project, a creation of Ippolito Fleitz Group.
A couple years ago, an agency moved out of a loft space in Palmscher Park, Esslingen, a former army barracks from the late Wilhelmine era. A family with young children were interested in reinventing the site into a new home.
The neighborhood has become a popular residential area thanks to an enviable hillside location, ten minutes walking distance from the center of Esslingen. Ippolito Fleitz Group were hired to craft this striking, open design living space to wild success. The minimalist shape differentiates living spaces with ingenious visual perspectives throughout its 400 square meters.
This absolutely stunning project features slick, minimalist surfaces, angular structures, and bold use of color splashes throughout. Thoroughly modern design meets age old materials in a high contrast, inviting atmosphere. We hope you are as inspired and wowed as we feel about this home!
Kitchen shares space with the main open area, including dark wood dining table at left. Exposed white beams in the vaulted ceiling stand above spherical light structures and dark hued, transparent dividing curtain.
Grand piano stands in living room over dark stained oak parquet flooring, with black wood wine rack built into wall at left.
Viewing full breadth of the living room highlights lengthy brown sectional, enormous shag area rug, and minimalist textures across all surfaces. Glossy brown media wall on left, tiny embedded lights in ceiling, and shimmering, full height curtains tie the room together.
Here is the open expanse at the center of the home, including living room in distance, large dining space in foreground, and kitchen on left. Angular cable-hung light canisters float above large dark wood dining table, while unique “pod” fireplace hangs nearby.
Overhead view of the dining space reveals the cubic structures throughout, including white countertops and central dividing wall in black. Floor to ceiling firewood stack on right provides practical and aesthetic addition.
Master bedroom features a space age look, with floating light spheres in white above red-cushioned egg chair. Dark hardwood flooring contrasts with white walls and dark blue upper layer.
Bedroom vanity space features another floating element – counter is mounted directly to immense circular wall mirror for a hallucinatory effect. Arched doorway camouflaged in wall is seen in reflection.
Soaring vaulted ceiling allows for constellation of chandelier spheres over the master bed, with built-in shelving flanking both sides.
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