Taking inspiration from the lofts of Soho in New York is no easy feat. One designer however has managed to pull it off in a town called Sofia in Bulgaria. The uniquely eye-catching home located on the 12th floor of the Red Apple building only has a surface area of 96 square-metres but makes ample use of the space’s towering six metre walls.
Sofia Petrova of Sof Arch Art took inspiration from the Soho movement where old factories were turned into studios and homes of artists in the 60s. An organic approach was definitely the key theme in the loft with natural materials such as brick, wood and metal used to form the backbone of this contemporary home.