Division Street

This commercial building was transformed into a residence by adding a second story light-filled living space. An open floor plan, lots of large windows and door panels and 12 foot tall ceilings give it the character of an industrial loft. Custom stainless kitchen cabinetry combined with vintage fixtures and furniture carry out the eclectic feel of an old urban loft.
Division Street
Ideabooks17,582
Questions14
With an open plan and exposed structure, every interior element had to be beautiful and functional. Here you can see the massive concrete fireplace as it defines four areas. On one side, it is a wood burning fireplace with firewood as it's artwork. On another side it has additional dish storage carved out of the concrete for the kitchen and dining. The last two sides pinch down...More
“lekr groot tafel” — koosniti
Division Street
Ideabooks18,466
Questions12
A machined hood, custom stainless cabinetry and exposed ducting harkens to a commercial vibe. The 5'x10' marble topped island wears many hats. It serves as a large work surface, tons of storage, informal seating, and a visual line that separates the eating and cooking areas. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“hood” — mblakeslee
Division Street
Ideabooks20,780
Questions9
Windows and door panels reaching for the 12 foot ceilings flood this kitchen with natural light. Custom stainless cabinetry with an integral sink and commercial style faucet carry out the industrial theme of the space. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Portland industrial” — bammadison
Division Street
Ideabooks6,543
Questions10
Upon entering the penthouse the light and dark contrast continues. The exposed ceiling structure is stained to mimic the 1st floor's "tarred" ceiling. The reclaimed fir plank floor is painted a light vanilla cream. And, the hand plastered concrete fireplace is the visual anchor that all the rooms radiate off of. Tucked behind the fireplace is an intimate library space. Photo ...More
“Black accents” — alexahodgkinson
Division Street
Ideabooks2,685
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A glimpse into the office space from the living room reveals the large custom built-in painted wood filing and storage cabinet below the windows. Clerestory windows above the desk bring in additional natural light. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Office” — daja10145
Division Street
Ideabooks1,607
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A custom-designed paneled zinc barn door is a piece of art, as well as functioning to close off the living space when desired. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Door” — misasha
Division Street
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A huge wall of windows faces the bed and billowy parachute curtains soften the space. The room was left simple and intimate to create restfulness. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“see. black fames too thick” — davidricee
Division Street
Ideabooks2,030
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With the floor to ceiling windows continuing through into the bathroom, and white details throughout, the room is airy and filled with light. The sink is repurposed from a commercial building and the custom zinc medicine cabinets are extra deep and outfitted with outlets so that the bathroom clutter is contained. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“One big basin two faucets” — asvicchi
Division Street
Ideabooks1,205
Questions1
The movement is orchestrated so that you experience the heavier/darker ground floor upon entering the building and then travel up through the light filled stairway. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Design” — ccadyjr
Division Street
Ideabooks792
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The concrete stair treads and steel risers wrap around the hand plastered elevator shaft. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“O” — strykerd
Division Street
Ideabooks403
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The interior stair that leads up to the living space is filled with natural light and gives way to a view of the rooftop outdoor terrace and garden. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Black windows” — bmcehenning
Division Street
Ideabooks1,224
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Setting the penthouse 12 feet away from the property lines allowed for outdoor rooms. as well as another opportunity for an environmental feature: storm water management. With tall light embracing windows and bifold doors the indoors feels a part of the outdoors and vice versa. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Terrace” — daja10145
Division Street
Ideabooks1,372
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The exterior terrace features large concrete tiles, built-in planters and a reflecting pool. Amber string lights provide mood lighting outside the dining space. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Windows” — lorrainecullen
Division Street
Ideabooks661
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The second story was added atop this existing commercial building to make a new loft-style residence. The existing building received new windows and a facelift to blend with the new rooftop dwelling. Photo by Lincoln Barber
“Fachada” — Jorge AZcoytia
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