At first glance you might think this is a loft apartment in an old warehouse in New York, but that’s not the case. This industrial loft belongs to architect turned artist Marco Vido and is located in Como, Italy.
He left the entire space as raw as possible but with a wooden floor to bring some warmth to the big open plan loft. The loft is very sparsely furnished with only the bare essentials but all the personal items and artwork make it feel homely.
I can imagine this is the perfect space for an artist with all those amazing high windows and natural light, even I (definitely not an artist) would love to have a space like this!
photos by Ramona Balaban